I am very inspired by other other women and they will definitely always be apart of my art even if they don’t show up in the form of a woman.
Life changes, you change, and as you change, your art does too.
I myself am still struggling to understand what art does to me when I view it, hear it, see it, read it. It’s easier to understand what music as an art form does. It literally moves my body, or drives me to tears. Visual art…different. I get stuck in analyzation. I’m pretty sure that’s not what the artist intended…
Stories have been used since the beginning of time to TEACH! I wonder…what’s my Life’s Lesson?
To tell a story means to connect with someone by saying “Look, here’s my life, or a piece of it. Won’t you find yourself in it?” It’s really a gift to share and receive someone’s story.
To be an ARTIST! We must get rid of this idea that to be an artist means that you’ve become a cancer to society or that you’ve given up on being normal! And if so, maybe that’s GOOD! They have industrialized art. You’re only valid if you’re a child drawing a misinterpreted picture that goes on a fridge, or one who has drawn a black dot on a white piece of paper and no one understands that either, yet you are in Moma…or is it that I believe fame validates artists?
Since when did art become the thing that would be associated with starving? I guess our souls are poor.
I can’t really call myself a multi-disciplinary artist because I’m not all that disciplined. I just like to do a bunch of different things.