Updated: Oct 5
“As an artist who delves into the minuscule, I’ve learned that sometimes, the most significant impact comes from the smallest of details.”
In our daily lives, it's easy to underestimate the significance of small gestures: a newsletter, a thoughtful Twitter post, a personal note with a purchase, or an invitation to join a bigger cause. These seemingly minor actions, however, hold immense value when they accumulate.
As artists, we often immerse ourselves in contemplation, dwelling on our creative processes and hoping for an audience to connect with our work. Amid this internal struggle, we may lose sight of what truly matters: the connection and contemplation that art can evoke.
As a father of two young children, I've realized the fleeting nature of time. If we don't pause to appreciate the often-overlooked beauty in this fast-paced world, time slips away in the blink of an eye. This realization has transformed my perspective on art, seeing it as a means to anchor oneself in consciousness.
Through my children, I've learned the importance of sharing knowledge and experiences. Simply by sharing my work and making it accessible to a global audience, I align with my personal vision and hope to inspire those who resonate with it. These small acts of sharing ultimately ripple out into something profound.
With creativity and harmony,