After having to say goodbye to a dear friend at the end of June and reflecting about who I am and where I stand in the world, I feel that my creative stream has been dammed up with detritus and have, therefore, been compelled to reconsider my current life circumstances by locating and removing the buildup that has caused this bottleneck. Only then can I begin to break the shit down and clear the way for future ambitions; they sure as hell don't involve working in retail.
It is even more apparent to me that it is time to grind. HARD. I'm over this Limbo phase of my life and am ready to progress into a more meaningful purpose. I need to start selling my art; not merely as a means to make money, but in order to clear the air of the old, stale ideas that have been cluttering my creative stream. By letting go of my old achievements can I make way for new and innovative goals.
I do enjoy seeing my own paintings on the walls of my apartment every day, but what exactly does this achieve for me as an artist? A constant reminder that I am, indeed, an artist? Perhaps it is a subconscious fondling of my own ego? Nope. Not anymore. None can appreciate art when it can be seen by no one.
I am, therefore, slapping some prices on a portion of my work in hopes that some good people might enjoy and want to own a piece or two. They will be appropriately priced on this website and shared over my Facebook art page.
If anyone is interested in whether a particular piece is for sale or to negotiate a price, message me here on the website or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help me adorn the walls of your home!