An Intrinsic Love for The Abstract
Capturing Magic Through Ink
I’ve always loved abstract shapes and patterns from the youngest age I can remember. As a child I would dream of shapes and colors and wake up in a panic because I didn’t know what they meant. Years later when I was getting my pilots license I would always comment about the shapes and patterns in the farmers fields (earning me very strange looks from my flight instructor).
As I got older the dreams faded and I began to focus on school and getting a “good job”. Through various positions over many years in the work force, I found myself working for a company I could believe in and work that inspired me. Fast forward 10 years later and I am now a Director and my health is beginning to decline at a rapid pace. My health continued to spiral down requiring me to work from home exclusively and leaving me depressed, alone and scared.
During this time I began to doodle and color as a way to distract me from all that was going on with my body. I was shocked the first time I realized I had been drawing for 8hrs straight!!! This was a passion I had never unleashed until now…