As an abstract digital artist, my body of work represents my journey towards my chief aim; inner-peace. Each piece, therefore, interprets experiences, thoughts, needs, desires, and/or beliefs that have brought me closer to or further away from my aim.
As a lover of Kandinsky, I use color and form as modes of expression. I use the color palate of white and the hues, tints, and shades of black, red, blue, yellow to symbolize the imprint of an experience. Form is created through the manipulation of lines—as lines represent the decision-making process, which leads to patterns and ultimately create habits.
It is habit, or as Napoleon Hills states, “Habit Force” that either propels me forward or becomes the obstacle that keeps me away from obtaining self-realization (inner-peace).