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When I create art, I prefer to work on a large canvas, but recently I've been making smaller pieces as well. I primarily use mixed media, including acrylic, charcoal, pastel, oil paint, and ink. I'm still learning and growing as an artist.


My inspiration comes from my teacher, life, the important people in my life, and my experiences. My art is all about feelings, mood swings, and expressions. It has taught me to transform negative emotions into positive ones.


Simply going through the motions kills the emotions.


If you want to understand who I am or how I feel, look at my art. For me, art is the most sincere way to express myself—not in words, but with colors and movements on the canvas. Expressing myself felt like a forbidden fruit; I was never really allowed to do it. For a long time, I was trapped in the cage of my own feelings, not knowing how to handle them.


It took me a while to build the confidence to reach where I am today. My life, my ideas, my dreams—they all contribute to my art.


With my art, I aim to share it and, at the same time, prove to myself that nothing is impossible. I don't need to hide anymore; I can achieve as much as anyone else without needing to conform.


Being original and being true to oneself is what it's all about.


I've learned that I don't have to please everyone and that my purpose isn't to do so. Whenever I doubt how far I can go, I remind myself of how far I've come. My art is my story, and I will never make things more beautiful than they truly are.


What you see is what you get, and what you see is who I am.

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