THE COLORS OF SOUND
After my sudden hearing loss in 2017, I was in extreme pain and isolation. In the beginning, I couldn’t paint because I would get dizzy with every movement. I had to rest most of the time and I was not able to continue creating. It was difficult to move freely or be in an optimal "state-of-mind", and this was devastating.
During this time, I never felt angry, but instead, I felt confused, suffering when not even the medicines helped ease the pain or the symptoms.
One day, something happened; I ironically turned to sound to lift my creative spirit. I started analyzing sound frequencies and the patterns they create, and it was at this moment when The Colors of Sound was born.
With each piece I replicate sound energy and movement using high-pigmented acrylic ink and water on canvas and paper, mimicking how sound travels.
I use vibrant colors to create a positive message. Through this collection, I explore the relationship between sound and life, encouraging the reflection on how we listen to our surroundings.
To learn more about my hearing loss journey and how this collection came about, please read my Artist Statement