When the Universe knows that you are an artist you can’t escape your destiny. This is very much a life-story of Jennifer Yoswa, an incredible oil painter from Colorado.
After speaking with several artists, I quickly realized that writing their stories in the blog is not going to be enough. They need to be heard.
“…There was an exhibition at the New York library of Anna Atkins’ botanical studies made with cyanotypes. And as soon as I saw it, I felt this big awakening. I cried in the museum overwhelmed by emotions because I just felt so connected to what I saw.”
“…When I started to paint for a living I did mostly landscapes, seascapes, and animals. My focus on the landscapes and seascapes is always the sky. I gradually started adding birds to a lot of my paintings and eventually merged my surrealism with my love of clouds, ocean, and landscape”
“I don’t sketch or measure my designs, it’s all freehand. Everyone asks me how I know the proportion or how I’m doing circles. I guess there’s just a part of your brain that recognizes space and my brain is good at that”
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