Hmm I suppose it all started with trauma.. using art as an outlet. Going through many forms of abuse, instability and overall pain I needed to find something to help heal myself. I've discovered in the last few years just how helpful art could be for helping others, as well as myself, with ptsd, depression, anxiety and happy emotions too. Everyone struggles with their personal demons, I paint to purge emotions, experiences, fears, and ideas alike. It all started with a need to safely yet fully submerge myself in experiencing life and overcoming my own past traumas.
I think what I love most is the feelings and beautiful connections my art bring. I've been blessed to meet some incredible people on this journey from entrepreneurs to cannabis nuns, musicians, survivors and unique hoomans in between. It's definitely been my favorite to witness my art grow into something larger than me.
After helping put together a recent trauma art show with the Etiquette Crew, I have been taking some time to spend with family and continue creating in my free time. I do have a great many project ideas in the works but am looking for a place to guide and develop my skills further.
Fun little face painting done on the Budshow🎨 Love these ladies!
Working on this lil gem at the Biophilia popup market, such calming vibes🍃
An absolutely incredible experience going with the BudShow podcast to visit, interview and get to know the Sisters of the Valley!