I started painting in 2010 when I enrolled in Art classes at my local college. I had no prior experiences with any form of visual art but I decided to try it out.
I was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism, in 2015.
The way I paint is a mix between my autistic rigidity and the flow of my emotions: I create dashes of ink on different backgrounds and textures. I never tire of the repetition in my way of painting. In fact, a constant repetition is an autistic trait; I merge a chronic “problem” from my condition into my art
My paintings let the viewer decide what they represents. Like watching clouds passing by; everyone sees different things in them.