The overall vision for creating my art is finding meaning in esoteric abstract pieces of art. The process of this work is finding the right colors, ratios, and movements to create something that can never be replicated perfectly. My inspiration comes from natural colors and organic shapes often found in nature. Serendipity is also what drives my inspiration through finding unexpected experiences, people, and places. I am a firm believer in “what is meant to will be” and “no such thing as coincidences” and so I take these beliefs and make art out of it. What drives my art is finding beauty and aesthetic appeal in things that may not have one way of viewing it or interpreting it. I encourage my audience to just have an open mind when viewing my art, but also try not to define my art as being one thing. My art overall is not one theme, it is just a culmination of who I have become thus far. This cannot be just one thing. My audience and viewers should feel curious, excited, and engaged when viewing my art but should not take it too seriously. My art has been birthed through self-exploration and I encourage the audience to do the same when viewing it.