My inspiration often comes from the world around me, a shape from here, a color there. Insects, rocks, tree bark, mountains creating a torn paper silhouette on a setting sun sky. The movement and textures of nature. Shadows and negative space. What happens … if … I do … this? I make art because it’s not there, yet. Being able to imagine something and then manifest that vision into the physical world, is a powerful and joyful thing.
Many things can happen in bringing a piece of art to completion, including the occasional catastrophe. But, as Dylan said: there’s no success like failure; you learn a lot from your mistakes. And after all your plans are tossed to the wind, you may end up with something completely different, better than you could have imagined. Thank you Muse, for the Happy Accidents.
As of 2020, I am doing this full time so things will evolve rapidly. Thanks for your time and keep watching.