When I made "Projection," I did not think I would be developing an art series. It just didn't occur to me until I made "Headache" and "Race" back to back. Such pieces of art for "Projections" (the plural title to describe the series), I treated them as if I were raising children of my own ... or cats. The concept came slowly, but naturally. Not only did I play around with lines and shapes (as wells as an extensive use of color), but those lines and shapes and colors played together for a bigger theme: what it means to be a human being. While "Projection," "Headache," "Race," and "Interpretations," were the first works to establish a connected theme, "Arthritis" and "Pressure" apparently did not need to rely solely on a head or a face to convey the theme they all shared."Autism" was a fun challenge because if I drew in puzzle pieces, it would have been too easy and familiar. I wanted some variety that was consistent in the gallery. The lines and shapes and color helped bring variety while they remained just as familiar as the emotion conveyed in the art they've portrayed.
Keep in mind this gallery is merely one person's wild interpretation of a common subject.