“My art is a key to open doors for others to see my secret garden. I have taken many classes that were available to me through school and college years, studied mostly in textiles and fine arts. Now a seasoned artist, I like to try new techniques by participating in pop up classes exploring my inner vision to outer reality. Using pen, watercolour, acrylic, alcohol ink and photography, it influences me to bring out my experiences and fantasies.
“My latest medium using alcohol ink has progressed into tactility, I love texture to touch, so I decided to make that a reality. I started the image by alcohol ink on yupo, giving its depths, then I used high heat to change the substrate’s surface into a tactile piece, then photographed it to create the high density perception of texture – making it appear a tactile 3D like image. [Seeking Elementary and Vigilando El Caos]
“I love how art is adapting, my creations are ever evolving – it shows me that though I am nearing complete blindness, my mind’s eye leads my hand to create in ways I never thought possible.
“Living with deaf-blindness is not an easy journey so I hope my expressions bring you positivity and beauty that in itself makes my journey easier. Welcome to my garden.
“My Horizon is broader than my tunnel vision.”