“My art is a way for me to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. I like to work on interesting ideas and I’m able to express my emotions in creating monsters or people.”

Name: Isabella
Art materials: mixed

Tell us a little bit about yourself.
My name is Isabella (Izzy for those who see me in person). I’m a fine art student studying at Chester in England. I like shopping, collecting random things, and cats! I have OCD and low anxiety, but I don’t let that define me as a person. I have gotten a lot better in controlling it to the point where now I can start coming off my anti-depressants.

How would you describe how it feels to create your artwork?
I feel like I’m in my own personal bubble. Every time I create my artwork I get lost in my own world and think of stories and imaginary lands filled with my own wonders and possibilities.

Where does your inspiration come from?
It comes from every day places. These include what I watch on the internet or whilst I listen to music. But mainly it just comes on the spot when I’m bored and doodling.

Tell us about your creative process.
All it is is daydreaming, listening or watching random things on the internet

What is the story behind your artwork, if any?
My artwork is me trying to stretch the boundaries of what is deemed socially acceptable and what isn’t. I hate being told what I can and can’t do and being treated like a child because I have dyslexia. It angers me a lot that people think I’m stupid because I muddle up and stumble. So my artwork is me at times expressing my rage in a more creative manner and showing the world that I can do things without people being a nuisance around me.

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