I have been painting and sculpting my entire life.
My childhood dream was to become an artist...
not so long ago [2009-2015]
These paintings and sculpture are about me and my war against my Multiple Sclerosis...
In 2005, about six months after the birth of our eldest daughter, at the age of 28, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Coping with my illness was a difficult task, but I found that my art could help me deal with the loss of my physical ability and independence.
there are no winners in this war. Yet !
In 2005, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. My art helped me cope with the loss physical ability and independence, but I was too timid to expose my disabilities.
Since COVID-19 I have undergone emotional therapy and together with my amazing partner, I realized that I was also dealing with post-trauma caused by sexual assault and rape I had experienced in the past. For the past 2 years I have focused my art on the sexual violence I had experienced.
I am determined to overcome my insecurities and fear of exposure, and I participate in local and international exhibitions and present my work so I can finally fulfill my dream.
I hope that through my art I can be a voice to the women (and men), who unfortunately shared this experience.