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A fluid artist born in Toms River, New Jersey, and transplanted in Orlando. I had a passion for art since my elementary school art teacher told me my rendition of The Water Lily Pond by Monet was impressive. After a few years of working various part-time jobs while attending college, I had decided to return to what brings me joy. The self-teaching began with YouTube tutorials, and then to paint and sip classes. Which led me to the conclusion that I did not enjoy painting with a brush, but instead letting the paint flow.

Fluid art is special to me because it requires you to have a certain level of relaxation when creating. It is an art form that is very therapeutic. Creating simple yet abstract paintings is not only fulfilling to me but also brings me joy to see other people's interpretations. How one piece of artwork can be perceived so differently is beautiful.

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