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I grew up in one of the five boroughs of New York. There wasn't much to do here as a child, so I did arts and crafts. I started arts and crafts when I was 5 years old. In Junior High School, I explored every art form, from ceramics to fabrications. High School didn't have many options, so I read most of my High Sc… Read More
I grew up in one of the five boroughs of New York. There wasn't much to do here as a child, so I did arts and crafts. I started arts and crafts when I was 5 years old. In Junior High School, I explored every art form, from ceramics to fabrications. High School didn't have many options, so I read most of my High School years. In College I took drawing, painting and illustration, loving every minute of it. After College was done, I wanted more so I took Continuing Education classes at Baruch College for Web Design. At that point, I felt I found my calling, Digital Design. Baruch was great but not diverse with the artistic portion of the classes, so I took more classes at a different school, School of Visual Arts. Filled with Art inspiration just by walking through the doors, I had never felt more comfortable in an open public place like I did SVA. There are so many talented individuals that expressed their emotions straight through their art, even though many of them didn't talk that much in class, including myself. Read Less
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OK, I'm sure you don't want to hear about my boring way around art and how I got there. Instead, I'll tell you how I feel about where art takes me. Sometimes I get stuck on a blank canvas, but then I mess it up on purpose. Since, I am a straight edge with my art, it always has a flat look and feel to it in the beg… Read More
OK, I'm sure you don't want to hear about my boring way around art and how I got there. Instead, I'll tell you how I feel about where art takes me. Sometimes I get stuck on a blank canvas, but then I mess it up on purpose. Since, I am a straight edge with my art, it always has a flat look and feel to it in the beginning. I leave it alone and come back to it and swoosh things around, staring at it, all of it seems to sort itself out. When I'm done with a piece I usually hate it, but when I go back I love it. Weird? Yes. I just don't think that art should be normal but everything around you. Read Less
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