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Being creative is to wonder about the world around you, just by being curious you can discover something exciting every day. The progress of any great artist is shown in their understanding of what they see, flowing forth from this curiosity. Which details are necessary in their work and which aren’t.

‘The devil is in the details’ and these details are what defines and differentiates everything, it’s what makes things real. It creates distinction in similarities. Details make a visual work, in ways that most people don’t even realize consciously. They will know if it works, but they can’t explain why. These details are what I try to understand and use in my work.


“Spoon feeding in the long run teaches us nothing but the shape of the spoon.” ― E.M. Forster

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