I don’t exactly remember when I first fell in love with art, but I do know it’s always been a part of me. I love creating artwork that makes me happy, and I want to do the same for others. I paint mainly with oils, acrylic, and watercolors. I consistently use bright colors in all of my work because I feel those colors translate into happiness, hope, tranquility, and a love for life… I feel that without art, I would not be me, which is where I got my name, ‘Artist That I Am.’ It is a play on words in multiple ways, one being ‘Art Is, That I Am,’ and this also pays honor to my personal beliefs in God, acknowledging God as ‘I Am That I Am.’ Being an artist born in the South, I feel my style also reflects my culture and heritage. These are the things that bring my artwork to life, and I pray that as each day passes, not only will my sight remain on making people happy with my work, but that I also continue to perfect my craft and allow observers of my work to see my vision and feel touched by it in a personal way.
Bossier Parish Community College
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