I’m breaking out of my shell.
After years of writing on my blog and posting things regarding my work and life, I realized something different. Not just in the readability, but in the world around me. Everything is evolving, everything is changing. And if you can’t evolve with the world around you, you begin to fade away.
It’s been six months since I made art.
That’s usually death for an artist but I needed that time away. Here’s why:
A few years ago, I made a promise to myself. When I first entered the art world I would walk around a few gallery shows in New York City. I remember looking at the artists who had solo exhibitions, books, and prints being sold everywhere. It was in that moment I told myself “I’m going to have my own solo show.”
Sweet sixteens are very momentous in hispanic families.
This is the time when young girls become women and often times, and enormous celebration takes place. These customs are very popular in South and Central America. However, with immigrants arriving in North America, many families continue to celebrate this honored tradition, especially in New York City. This is the story of Mia, who was getting ready for her Sweet Sixteen in the most elaborate and beautiful way.
As a kid growing up in Jamaica Queens, I was immediately dubbed an outsider.
No matter how hard I tried to assimilate with the kids at school, I never got around to actually fitting in. I was constantly bullied for being different and would always bury myself in art and books. Hence why I became an artist. (more…)
One River School of Art & Design is showcasing the Divine Intervention series in the first of the “Community Conversation” exhibitions.