As a young child, I new I was wired differently than most kids my age. Reading and writing we're always a challenge for me. Not to mention everything else about school except art class. Later in high school I was diagnosed with dyslexia, and everything made sense to me. In life dyslexia is a curse, but in art it is a gift. Many people who are dyslexic including myself can see things in three dimensions. I use my art as a form of expressing myself, what I can't say in words I say in paint. I let the paint speak for me. I don't have a preconceived idea when I start a painting, it just happens.