B. Youngquist Art
In creativity we find possibility and hope.
I live in a world of possibility. Maybe you are like me. You like to remain open to ideas and possibilities. You’re willing to try anything once. You can’t wait to see what’s around the next bend. You weigh all of the choices before making one. And your number question is “What If’?
Painting is my means of authentic expression. When I started on my artistic journey later in life, I made the intentional choice to gather tools and information in an exploratory way always asking the question “What If”? I am influenced and inspired by other artists and makers, the human experience, and the natural world.
Each of my works is an exploration of possibility. “What If” guides my work and my life. What if I risked losing this for gaining that? What would happen if I scribbled all over the top of this space with a red crayon? Would it feel exciting? How would I feel different? I believe you need to answer your “what if”. Only when you know the answer will you know where to go and what to do next. That is why I follow the mantra Painting Brave. If you are exploring meaningful possibilities it should be a little scary.
If you are interested in exploring the possibilities, living with creativity, and answering “what if”? please read more here.