My art withered and dried as I gave away self-dominion.
It did not die but it was bound in a dank place far from
consciousness. Ultimately I was encased and finally
jettisoned which turn out to be a most wonderful gift.
Freedom yielded visual articulation once again and so I
gather, sort, glue, and color discards to create emotional
expression, give value, and renewal.
I cannot exist without creativity: the spiritual currency
that is the juice the sap the glue that connects all things.
Art allows me to see the duality of life and enables
openness. I pay homage to all who came before and I am
grateful for every gift.
I studied art and computer science, and graphic design at
Wayne County Community College, Wayne State
University and graduated from Marygrove College. I am
a student at the downriver campus of WCCCD.