I have started my second quarter of college, and I am taking Feminism and Social Justice, Comparative Politics, and Art 2D foundation. This was our first project in the art class-- and I learned so many things. They were not necessarily how to draw, but I learned how to: use tracing paper; buy micron pens and not feel like its a waste; use a scanner (still practicing); how to be more patient and actually finish something!
I will upload my further assignments, but I also want to incorporate more of my art on here from my whole life. The stars and the planets are moving around, swirling us up! Its an exciting time! A r t is what I wanna do to get through :) And I have a lot I want to share <3
Hello internet, I love to look at my "insights" on weebly and see the 0-20 people who visit this page weekly. Are all those people just me looking at my own site? Maybe. Even so I enjoy this content so much, sooooooo, I'm gonna stick to it.
I have been using this platform for a long time, and similar to Instagram, it represents a continuously weird narrative of my life since 12 years old. And it is not a true narrative. Well, it is not the whole story. All the events and thoughts are real, but they are really filtered too.
With this lowkey platform, I have so much freedom to be... publicly creative?
Maybe I am looking for reasons why I should value this blog with zero readers. But hello out there. Someone is reading this. . . And to you, please be compassionate because although my information is vague, it is my real life. So don't come stalk me or hate me for my opinions. This is the internet age.
What is art and politics in the age of internet???
I think this is art.
Here are some photos because it is easier to hide behind my appearance and the colors of life than try to explain my ideas. And they are easier for you to digest. "Give me convenience or give me death!"
This weekend marks September, which is a big deal for me! That means I am entering the month in which I'll move to Santa Cruz. Yes, I am excited, and nervous. The part about it, for me, that is so crazy is simply the thought that I am moving out of the home. This is such a regular and weird part of life.
Luckily I am not moving too far away. Several people at my high school in Long Beach moved out of the country or to the East Coast. Though I am slightly envious, I realize that if I was moving to China this month instead of Santa Cruz, I would be tripping!
So these photos are just a handful from the time I've already spent there. Since 2017, I've visited three times, with different people! It gets better every time. It is so lovely and Northern California-esque.
I'm here reporting from Door County, Wisconsin, which is located on the peninsula that goes into Lake Michigan. I've come here the past three summers and I think it is becoming a tradition.
Here are some of my recent happenings: