A. Thompson

“I do not know what art is. People have their own mad perception about it. There is so much about art that I cannot begin to understand. At times, art to me is a difficult reading; a random journey of someone’s destination. Then again, is can be a simple black and white in your face expression. I am not going to tell you the full story about how I got started, but I can show you where I am now. I would rather express to you on canvas with paint what I want to say and how I feel. I use the little things for inspirations, the corners of a building, everyday moods, conversations, and so on. I am not a poet; I hardly consider myself an artist, I am just an individual with a sponge, a bucket of water, a syringe, a spoon, a spray bottle, with bad eye sight and the love of two things. I love painting and at the moment, I paint what I feel, what I see, and how I choose to show what is on my mind and in my heart. Art can be a confusion of colors or just an undecorated line. It can be both havoc and sensational. I believe art was not designed to be understood or describe, just felt. You just feel art when you see art. Thank you.”


View more of A. Thompson’s work on her website. Or connect with her on Facebook @ A. Thompson Art.