I’ve always had a strong interest in art, and even from a young age I’ve wanted to learn all the different techniques and mediums. The great thing about art is that it’s never boring and there’s always something new to learn. Art can be fruitful in many ways; it can help provide an escape from the everyday, it can improve self-growth, and it can help inspire others.
My interest in art started with comic books. I have been an avid collector as far back as I can remember, and in 2005 I completed my comic book design certificate from Vancouver Film School. While drawing comics was a fun outlet, it never became a strong passion of mine, so I continued to dabble in other art styles. I’ve tried my hand at photography, acrylics, mixed media and more before taking a five week watercolour course in early 2016. I loved it so much that I took the same course again right after, to help learn as much from my instructor as I could, and since then I’ve learned everything else on my own or from resources like YouTube or Instagram. Watercolour has become a passion of mine, and while I still enjoy trying my hand at other mediums, I always find my way back to watercolour painting. Lately I’ve really been enjoying layering over the ink on top of watercolour, which I guess is probably a tip of the hat to the comic book style drawing.
Some of my original artwork is posted in the gallery page, but please feel free to follow my Instagram page to get a view of some of my pieces and view my stories of work in progress.
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