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Mixed media art that inspires mindfulness and self-care.

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D33Light is the name of my brand that I created to communicate my philosophy of incorporating light and color into life. I’m a firm believer that a colorful environment impacts mode, creativity, and success. This is why I chose to surround myself with color and work mostly with bold and beautiful hues. I am currently creating portraits in pencil and charcoal, that focus on more realistic detail. This series will be called “The faces of Light”

My art influence comes from various parts of the word and my experiences with travel, dance, and yoga. I use a wide variety of techniques, and you will find hints of different areas within my art, such as subtle henna designs influenced by my Indian heritage.

My work is deeply dedicated to the message of self-care and the creative process is very organic and intuitive. I like to explore light and dark by using glow in the dark paint and also structure and depth by creating rough and crystalline surfaces into my work.

Art, music, and dance are all healing practices for me and I hope to reflect on how yoga can be medicinal and self-healing. I definitely think of my art as a huge part of my spiritual practice and growth. My process usually involves a yoga or meditation before I begin, and music and mantra while I create.

I spend most of my days taking care of my family but always have the practice of art to help me cope, reflect, and balance my life. It is the most important practice of self-care and passion for me. In 2018 I made the decision to begin referring to myself as an artist and since then I have grown in so many creative ways. As a self-taught public artist, there are many aspects of the industry that are new to me, but I have a desire to make my art accessible to everyday people and continuously grow, learn and create community. With this in mind, I primarily show my work at public venues and hope to be able to create murals in the near future. I hope you join me on my journey of life as an artist.