This artwork was made only about a year ago for an Art class in college. I’ve mentioned before how I don’t think I’m an artist by any stretch of the imagination, but the truth is that everyone is an artist in ways. The beauty of art is that anything no matter how poorly one might think something looks, there’s always someone who likes it. It’s all personal based, which is why I always believed that art can’t be truly graded. This artwork is nature based, as well as was inspired by Emily Dickinson’s quote “Nature is what we see”.
The return of the Places I want to Visit has arrived! This place doesn’t even seem real to me when I first saw the pictures of it. But, it’s beauty is perfectly carved out, and the first picture you will see is one of the coolest things I think I ever saw. Call me crazy but it looks like a UFO beam of light entering an opening within the canyon.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
I found a journal I wrote in middle school, about a year ago in my house. It’s so interesting to see what I wrote, and compare it to how I felt now. I must say, I was kind of proud to see some of the things I wrote back then because maturity wasn’t at a high in those days. Anyways, in that journal I found a Math poem I had to write for a Math class. It was an interesting assignment because it didn’t have to do with numbers, but instead turning math terms into poetry. Now, I wrote this in 6th grade, so bare with the spelling and other errors. There definitely is a good amount, but it’s not that hard to read. Anyways, without further ado…