Page 58 - WTP VOl. IX #1
P. 58

 “Ilike to focus on narratives of childlike wonder that have a dark underlying charm to them, and suggest story-telling
clues with motif and a keen eye for detail. A lot of my personal work has a quiet stillness to it, and hints at the feeling of childhood loneliness. I grew up in a chaotic environment and oftentimes found myself isolating and embracing the quiet meditative escape that art brought to me. Because of this affinity, I grew a strong relationship with animals and attention to detail, as I spent a lot of time quietly observing. The romanticization of detail and glimmering soli- tude has found its way into my work, and even if some may seem loud at first glance, this same feeling of isolation is always embedded within them.”
kate MchuGh

   56   57   58   59   60