Co-Vid 19 Has been a tough time. Thoughts and prayers to anyone who has been affected my Co-Vid19. One of the real issues I have had with all of this is not being able to see my grandmother one of my main supporters in my life and I won't be able to until most of this clears up. I have been trying my best to cope with all of the change in any way I can. I am learning to take everything day by day remembering to enjoy the little things. These paintings mean a great deal to me, they made me happy when I was sad and helped me deal with a lot of times when I was anxious or for days when I wouldn't get out of bed.
I am usually in a happy bubble and creating various content, one of my hobbies specifically pertaining to paint pours. They are very fun to make and really help settle my creative blocks when I have them. I have attached some paintings that I have made overtime, they have kept me together after all of this time. They help me see my true potential and what I love to do and that is to CREATE. I have not gotten a chance to create another paint pour this week but I have not given up on them. I have actually been tapping into the power of meditation and yoga. Who would have known all of this would have manifested me into someone I can be proud of. I have been learning the will of patience day by day. I interact online with people all around the world dealing with Co-Vid19 and it just makes me come to realize we are ALL in this together. Whenever I work on a painting or music, I just realize that something is going to come out of all of this. Don't stop your craft. Don't give up on your dreams. This will pass soon enough. We all just have to be patient, kind and compassionate.
One another note: I have decided that I will be selling a few paintings and acrylic pours on Twitter. If you are interested I will leave my twitter handle so you can DM me for questions. Thank you.