By the time I’m done, I’ll be sitting in the corner of a studio with my favorite artist and sharing my first Galaxy Painting.
As for the art, it’s simple: I’m trying to capture a moment in time that I can relive, and I want to do it with as much detail as possible.
I’ve already been doing this for years, and have been inspired by the work of some of the best artists around.
The inspiration for this particular piece comes from a moment of reflection on the recent news surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.
This image was taken on August 26th, just a week after the coronave virus first surfaced, with the world transfixed by the news.
There are many things that I’ve learned about this outbreak since I was 13.
One of the things I’ve been most proud of is that the majority of people that were affected by the pandemic did not experience any symptoms.
When you’re faced with a decision, you have to choose between the consequences and the possibility of surviving, and so I chose to take the risk and risk my health.
After all, I am not alone in my journey.
To me, the image is a metaphor for the entire world, and a reflection of the people I’ve met over the years.
While there is much to be proud of, I can only really express what I feel as an artist.
In fact, I’m currently doing a piece called “I’m not alone.”
It’s a collection of six pieces, all made in one day.
The six pieces are all about one thing: hope.
All the pieces are written on cardboard and will be available for purchase at Next Big Futures Art in the first quarter of 2020.
It will be the first time I’ve made a full gallery of paintings, and the first one I’ve ever made with the help of a large canvas.
Now that I’m an artist, it means so much more to me that people can experience my work for themselves.
Next Big Future will be holding an online art auction starting this coming Thursday, September 5th at 9am ET.
The art will be auctioned in a limited number of pieces.
We’re looking forward to seeing what you’ll bring.
Thank you so much for joining us for the Art Auction!
I’ve got a lot of art I want you to see, so we can talk about it and have some fun.