Why I Am An Artist

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I have always been an artist. Most people, if not everyone, produce artistic content fluidly throughout their days.
Whether or not that art is documented, complimented, seen, produced on purpose, posed for, manipulated, cheated stolen or just experienced most things around you including you are art.

Hitch-hiking and living outside or without a home often, yet I was experiencing these fundamentals while trying to still cling to being a business mogul. Entrepreneurship is an art form and I will now have voice where it is prefered. My days will be in there for working on art not working for money. GinGer my sidearm and Service animal will be by my side.

Oh, yes I have PTSD and  GinGer. From shit dreads in the ghettos of Oakland CA, a service animal trained and loving, GinGer.

I discovered that the colors vibrence textures flavors and etc. is one of my happy places, so I decided to harness the Carnegie Mellon Art department while I had the chance, and yes often Ginger did have to drag me to an early class.

Comparable artists include Jackson Pollock, Kim Dorland, Daniel Richter and Jackie Saccoccio.

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