let your thoughts become your reality.
my life is continuously evolving into a new form each day. for one, i have not been too observant of the days, two days mold into my single day now. the new business day is 48 hours. here’s to consistently pushing towards your goals. i give back to the creative community by networking friends with one another based on their craft. we host art shows together and display support through sharing works to our multiple timelines.
this mix of passion, philanthropy, and artisan curator/cult leader drive has shaped a majority of my life. since i was 18 this is pretty much all i know. the arts.
everyday i have been making conscious steps to enhancing my life for improvement. with that i have learned so many qualities of my self that have been attached to the definition of this vessel. these behaviors that define me. upon hitting a new mental understanding since “enlightenment” i have been consciously redefining how my character / person / vessel is perceived.
this was not at all the most pleasant experience. my mind is so far gone from this stream i began tapping into.
i shouldn’t feel bad for relentlessly pursuing pushing my art career to heights that merit respect. i should have been doing this at an earlier age -but i probably would have been riddled with foolishness since growing up, my angst ruled my emotions– i probably would not deserve it, but i know for a fact now the experience should be given a type of credibility if anything. most humans would have given up in this pursuit for mastery of your art. some people have expansive dreams and have yet began following them. it’s not easy- it’s not spelled out- the most you can do is learn from people who are taking the initiative to act. your mind shapes so much of your reality.
there’s so much more happening behind the scenes for me, i am evolving into something entirely new.
single days are the collection of 48 hours for me now. i have been drawing consistently while maintaining many other aspects of my career and balancing a social life. it’s basically all merged into one. everything is golden in moderation. if you aim to keep focused then you will eventually accomplish a lot.
become aware of your “time” and how you chose to spend it. that might probably be the greatest tip i would give out to anyone seeking fulfillment in a non-traditional life-style.
in New Orleans to be a street artist you must first be harassed and hazed by police officers who’s job it is to prevent culture- apparently. good thing for me im apart of a group who work to fight for artists to defend our art and the culture around us. if you don’t do or say anything about it, it will keep happening.
this is not okay and i am mad as hell about it,
in other news i made some very rare prints that im EXCITED about.
including some rare misprints.
the beautiful part of exploring the land of New Orleans is that so many come for arts, many come for culture, and everyone comes for a story.
what’s been happening lately is that i begin taking time asking what others find in art and what pulls them in and documenting why connection leads to purchasing.
this is Cory,
Cory was special. he made it so that our paths would cross again, he wanted to claim an original piece from me. it doesn’t happen too often i let go an original.
meet Yvonne, another philanthropist and Corys girlfriend.
together they spoiled me Monday- we shared coffee and beignets at City Park, ”twas a very marvelous meeting
we discussed our appreciation for art and the phenomenon of why we collect it. Yvonne said the joy of being able to sit back and admire the work as a time capsule is one of her reasons to collect art.