Magical collusion can occur when purpose matches similar visions.
Being an artist is hard to understand, even more in today's world, that leaves behind the reason that brings us there.
Many spend years, even decades, to put the "ARTIST" name into their weirdness.
Lucky are those who get an artsy touchdown from the start.
But once they make it, it is worth it!
A pop artist, born and raised in the south suburbs of Chicago path is a way to explain the magic of art alignment.
- "I had always felt connected to art, without any idea how or why I felt that or what that meant, but I just knew it.
For a long time, my art was me creating glued together piles of junk.
I didn’t understand my obsession with taking things no one needed or wanted and creating something out of it that was new and desired.
Looking back, I guess it was very symbolic of myself and my life" -.
Her sculptures made of recycled goods are a way to express her concern into some toxic lifestyle trends.
From consumer habits to trifling branding exposure, some pieces point out an actual problem: the rise of stereotypes.
But she won't express it without providing a solution with her art: to free yourself from unrealistic expectations that society puts on you.
Among her masterpieces
EL A. PANDA lives and exposes in Chicago, Illinois.