This was a piece I created for a design course, entitled:Dualität. We gathered images surrounding a particular theme, created a gray scaled collage, sketched out the image on another sheet, and painted with acrylic. This was a very long process, but it helped in the development of thoughts. I created a piece that juxtaposes two … More Dualität
This piece resulted from a speech about a first hand experience during 9/11. I feel a great sense of peace and balance through this piece, which reflects some themes from the presenter. Although very organic, geometry keeps its form in order. Often times, I look at old work and just feel that something is missing. I may … More Fall Convocation Piece-Review
This was an early piece made from toned paper and charcoal. What I love most about this piece was the strong shadows and how challenging my point of view was. I actual sat on the concrete floors of the studio for weeks just at the edge of a table holding these objects. We have a monk … More Perspective Still Life
“Be so busy improving yourself that you have no time to criticize others.”- ThinkGrowProsper This quote spoke to me because I am guilty of comparing myself to others. In an attempt to make myself feel better, I resort to pulling others and their achievements down. This unhealthy method of criticism only hurts me in the … More Self-Improvement and Self-Love
“What if I told you 10 years from now your life would be exactly the same? I doubt you’d be happy. So why are you afraid of change?” – Karen Salmansohn reposted by ThinkGrowProsper We have heard the saying that in order to receive a different outcome, one must change something in his or her own … More What If Not?
“You’d never invite a thief into your house. So why would you allow thoughts, that steal your joy, to make themselves at home in your mind?” -repost by Healthy Light Often, we are our own worst enemies and biggest critics. For some reason, our brains are wired to lean more towards the negative. Remaining pessimistic … More Why Do You Welcome Thieves?