I don’t see anything wrong in doing so but I have no ambition to.
I went to a general University for fine art. I never really had a particular medium that I found myself to excel within. I was very average at almost everything. My best critiques came from installations of work I made. It wasn’t until I started printmaking that I realized how much I enjoy the laboured, ritualistic methods of print. That combined with my natural talent of being an amazing hoarder gave me a very obsessive compulsive method for arranging, building, and displaying. I find great comfort in arranging objects until they look, feel, and create an atmosphere that is just right. I’ve always been really attentive to the way objects and space create feelings of grandeur and overwhelmingness. It’s feelings I love feeling and hope to create in others.
Thank you so much for this question!
My greatest passion in life is loving people and making things well.
My biggest turn off in other people would be carelessness or inconsideration.
1. When strangers stand too close to me.
2. Tresemme, I love how evenly it sprays.
3. Classic bold red.