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About the Artist
I was an artist at an early age, doing small drawings by copying catalogue photos and trying to reproduce them on paper—most of the time, with some difficulties. With time, I took an interest in exploring more ways to draw, especially with coloured pencils. Unlike many other children who enjoyed colouring books or paint by numbers, I preferred to be more creative. I was fascinated with collage and pencil drawing. I came to be the artist I am today by applying myself and doing more precise work. Art is part of civilization. Without art, it would be boring. The studio is a place for people with disabilities, tailored for people with disabilities.