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Q: How many days does it take for it to ship?

A: 1-3 days

Q: Can you remake any of the paintings you’ve sold?

A: Unfortunately, each painting is unique and will not be duplicated.

Q: Do you do custom orders?

A: Not at this time. In the future, yes!

Q: What type of paint do you use?

A: Acrylic paint

Q: How many hours do you put in per painting?

A: It varies by size, detail and color. It can range from 15 hours to 30 hours.


Q: How long have you been painting for?

A: Many people think I have been painting for years and years. It has only been since August of 2017! Thank God for Youtube!

Q: Which one is your favorite piece and why?

A: Ugh, tough question! It honestly changes a lot, but I always find myself going back to the eye, Aspectabund or the woman in the rain, Alexithymia. Honestly, Aspectabund has been an ongoing project for months and months. I usually try and finish things in two days or so, but I kept trying to fix it for almost 6 months. Alexithymia because I remember the exact feeling I had during that moment. I did that one straight for 19 hours without eating or sleeping, so I hold that one dear to me.

Q: Do you prefer black and white or colored paintings?

A: I have always grown up loving black and white so I think that plays a huge role in my judgements of colors. My whole apartment is black and white and so is my closet! As much as I love bright colors, I would have to go with good old black and white for sure.

Q: Why do you not replicate any paintings?

A: I want each painting to have it’s uniqueness, even with all the “mistakes” I think I made. It just makes it that more valuable and exclusive.

Q: What is your favorite thing to paint?

A: For some odd reason, I have been drawn to painting women. There is just something about a woman’s features and body that intrigues me. I’ve attempted to draw men such as Bob Marley or the bottom half of a man in Stardom, but didn’t have that same satisfaction than I did when drawing women.