Art, for me, is a central method of communication. It’s an exciting and different way to say what I think is important, regardless of language barriers. It speaks messages that I could never hope to put into words. I’m very well known as a chatterbox of endless energy, and, for the most part, that’s true (I even talk in my sleep!). Because of my endless quest for communication, I’d like for my artwork to say things for me, even if I’m not there to explain it. I hope to be a fine arts major when I graduate, but any other art major would be just as enjoyable. When beginning a new art piece, I generally plan (even if only in my head) what I want it to do/say. I select materials by what I feel would be best suited to creating what I have in mind. For example, if I am planning to do a colorful piece, I will most likely use paints, such as watercolors (my favorite), rather than, say, prisma colors (my least favorite). After selecting what I will be using, I tend to just go with my instincts, changing colors as I see fit. I like to use soft pinks and peaches when working on something that needs to convey softness. Other times I prefer achromatic or monochromatic color schemes to help simplify the art piece and emphasize the central idea. My colors generally complement my themes. In life, I’ve, at times, had to face some very difficult things. But rather than get discouraged, I have tried to be as optimistic as possible. By taking what I’ve faced and turning into something that makes me better, I hope to challenge others to see the good, when things may go badly.
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