When creating art, my main aim is to create a piece that people can see themselves in. I wish to spread the message that beauty exists in ways that branch far beyond the box of societal standards within social media. By drawing reference from photographers with a similar goal, I have found inspirational examples of what I hope to achieve.
I first worked with coloured pencils almost exactly 3 years ago and haven’t set them back down since. Prior to this, I worked with graphite pencils for about 5 months. Over the course of my artistic journey, I have had the privilege of being featured in a multitude of galleries. Most recently, I received first place in the USQ Future Visions art competition. Closely following this, my work received Best Picture at the Chronicle Junior Art Expo.
Most of my artwork reflects the talent of photographers, whose pictures act as references for my art. By photographing important people to me in my life, I have drawn influence by those around me. Their unique message and battles have been conveyed through the pose they chose, and it is always a privilege to draw.
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