When I was a little girl, I would watch my Daddy carve. He could turn a block of wood into a duck decoy that looked so real you had to touch it just to make sure it wouldn't quack. Luckily, for me, I got a little bit of that artistic talent and I've tried it out in many mediums. When I got to metalwork, I found my true passion. I love the feeling of turning cold, hard metal into something warm, and beautiful. The process of hammering and joining pieces of metal is a release of emotions for me. I pour myself into each piece and try to convey my thoughts and feelings. I am at peace with myself and the world when I'm working.
I am inspired by the world around me, and the things in everyday life. Ideas and designs are formed in my mind and are slowly but surely coaxed into reality. I believe that an artist leaves a little bit of their soul in each work of art, and passes that on to the person that falls in love with it. It is…
- Born on January 29
- Joined March 3, 2008