Have you ever thought about the beauty of an abstract piece of art? The way the lines and shapes and colors play with your eyes. The way you look at the contorted figures and try to fit it into your conventional view of life. Where the face starts and ends, how the flower attaches to its stem, where the lands breaks into the sea. The correctness and rules and structure are thrown to the wayside and life, in one limited canvas, life is shown in its true, limitless form. The boundary lines are not crossed, they’re non-existent. The pleasantry of proper placement is completely lost. In one beautifully distorted creation of art, you see how malleable the view of the world is for every individual. You experience the truest testament to what life really is: irregular, complex, utterly abstract.

~ Gabriella Pinel