It is my vision that every person joyfully follows their destiny: closely connected to their sources of strength and inspired by the uniqueness of their essence.
Imagine your personality as a landscape, with mountains and valleys, deserts and oceans, developed and untapped areas. As you travel through, the journey is literally painted on your face.
It is my passion to have you travel with a companion: your portrait. Unlike any other, this companion is inherently familiar with the traces of your journey. He/she reflects your energy in color telling you how much the facets and contradictions make you human and contribute to your liveliness. You will be taken to your individual sources of strengths - reliably and as often as you wish.
Since the landscapes of personality are very "younique", neither you nor I will know in advance what your portrait will look like.
Apart from the size in which you desire your portrait, I do not need any facts about you or your trip in advance.
My brush will - as far as I am permitted - explore your individual mysteries so that you can feeld what Johann Wolfgang von Goethe once said: "Our wishes are presentiments of the abilities that lie in us, harbingers of what we will be able to accomplish. We are yearning for what we secretly already have."
Or in other words:
We are who we are going to be.
The uniqueness is not in the number of colors but in what holds the colors together. Once-me based on a photograph by Nico Syzmkowiak.
Na Kumu Alapa’i Kaua’i - The King of Slow
Be free! And thank you ever so much for your peaceful presence while I was painting you!
"With the help of the picture, I was able to open a door that I always knew about, but which was invisible to me."
The magic lies not (only) in the colors you see, but also in those you don’t (anymore) see. Faces speak volumes (but not all are labeled).
Heart and Wisdom Teacher Thomas Young.
And suddenly there was this chief.
Short time away - What's the color doing? Running ... Once-me: Portraits are paths, show paths...
What is the greatest expression of myself, that I would like to be?”
Once me: Dr. Joe Dispzenza