Life can be unorganized, organized... depending on the period of our lives. This painting emphasizes that you have to turn your lemons into lemonade. And cruise through life at your own speed.
I was born here in New Orleans, but relocated after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. I lived in Oklahoma after Katrina and graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelors degree in Design, Housing, and Merchandising.
I stop painting and drawing after College to pursue a career in the retail industry. My background is heavily focused in luxury retail as a manager but I have always enjoyed painting and drawing since I learned how to write. Just recently I decided to pick up abstract art. I paint things based on my surroundings, conversations I've overheard, or just things that stood out during my day. I only use one brush and a palette knife to create my work... I'm very minimal when it comes to tools. I decided to paint abstract art because it creates conversations.KENNER
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