Title: Help, Finished Piece: 10/1/2018, Materials: Canvas, low fire ceramic casting, acrylic paints, paper mixed media. Dimensions: 14x18x3/4
How did you get into debt?
Financing a vehicle, medical bills, credit cards!
Title: Whispers. Finished Piece: 10/1/2018. Materials: Canvas, low fire ceramic slip-cast, acrylic paints, paper and fabric mixed media. Dimensions: 14x18x3/4
How does your economic reality effect your art?
Economic reality affects my art in a personal way. Firstly, because I do not make very much money I cannot buy a whole lot of supplies affecting the quality and limiting my art and imagination. Secondly, better quality material used in my art will make it more professional, durable and presentable, thus urging the eye for my type of art. Making it desirable for someone’s art collection, or a gift for a loved one. The main goal is to let my imagination out and inspire others, pick at their minds and disturb them while intriguing them to seek the unknown.
Title: Give Up. Finished Piece: 10/1/2018. Materials: Canvas, low fire ceramic slip-cast, acrylic paints, paper and fabric mixed media. Dimensions: 14x18x3/4
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
Yes, if I had no debt I’d have more money for better quality products to make my art the best it can be. My mind wouldn’t be so overwhelmed and occupied with the panic and stress of debt. My mind would be more calm and open to conjure up ideas for more art projects!