Can you tell me a little bit about yourself and your journey with art?
Art making and creative work have always been a part of my life. Several years ago, I took a leap of faith and decided to pursue art full time. On most days, I spend the morning writing while painting and drawing take up my afternoons and well into the night. Depending on my deadlines, my work schedule can vary.
Besides art, I have a strong love for books, especially poetry. I live in California.
What’s the story behind your sad girl and cat paintings? Where do you get your inspiration?
During a show, someone came up to me and said “even your animals are sad”. My work has always been about exploring recurring themes of connections and disconnections as well as duality, loss, heartache, sadness, and uncertainty.
I am incredibly fortunate to have people in my life who constantly inspire me. I also believe it’s important to maintain an art practice and to make new work, that inspiration comes from doing that work. Poetry, art, music, and road trips are also inspiring.
What kind of music do you like to listen to while you create?
How has selling been going on Etsy?
I’ve been selling on Etsy since its earlier days. I’m grateful to the platform for giving me the opportunity to show and sell my work.
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