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My Creative Timeline

Updated: Aug 7, 2020

From Then until Now.

Do you remember doing crafts with your mom? Painting or making bracelets at family reunions. If you never experienced any of those things, I am deeply sorry for you. These memories and many more from my childhood made me love being creative.

My mom used to say that I could draw inside the lines at a very young age. I don't personally think this makes someone an artist. I think that drawing outside of the lines is also an art (an art that I have a hard time with). I think that everyone is an artist, but what kind of an artist each person is, is something you have to figure out yourself.

Basics -

Every young child starts out with the basics. Crayons, Markers, Colored Pencils, and Water Colors. My mom is a creative person and always let me use whatever I wanted to make art. What started out as just painting, drawing, and sketching, then turned into Mod-Podge sculptures, prints and paper machete. I tried everything. She even let me use her expensive pastels on special occasions to create something beautiful.

I took art classes in High School, as most people do, and when people asked me what my favorite class was at school, can you guess my answer? I can tell you what it wasn't: English or Math. Being able to sit in a classroom and do art for work was definitely more entertaining for me than working with numbers or grammar (can you tell by my writing)? Don't get me wrong, I think math and English are very important and I tried my best in all of my classes, but we are talking about what I enjoyed the most. I found a love for art. I loved learning new mediums, art history, and sharpening my skills.

I have always had a hard time sticking to one thing. I want to be able to do it all, learn it all and be great at it all (no I am not power hungry haha). When Resin was introduced to me, I thought it was the coolest thing. I wanted to learn it and be great at it, just like with every medium I am introduced to.

So here I am, still learning. Because with Resin, there are so many things to learn and to try. I think that is why I am able to stick with this Medium. There is so much to learn. I love that it is different every single time. Each piece is so unique and special. I am excited to see where resin takes me and what I learn with it.

Thanks for following along with me on this journey as I learn and grow as a Resin artist.

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