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“I find it meditative and relaxing when creating. Time stops when I achieve 'flow' in the process,” says Eva Nye. “Making art for hours isn’t draining to me like other work. I get inspired by nature, traveling, reading, people watching, visiting flea markets and museums. Plus, I am fascinated by and find beauty in paper and plastic that we generally discard in the garbage.
"I also am affected by all the garbage we put in the landfills. Growing up in Sweden we recycled already when I was a child. Looking at the wrappers and papers we accumulated, I decided to keep them during the pandemic and make intricate collage work. That felt way better than dumping it in nature.”
Eva found it very difficult to be away from her family for more than two years during the pandemic. “The pieces I started making from vintage postage stamps were a way for me to travel in my mind. All these stamps I got my hands on started somewhere else in the world, and I find that so cool."
"The Messenger," saying that there’s hidden messages from animals and nature if we just pause and listen.
Julie Latayan -- she is incredibly multitalented, prolific, and has a great sense of color and detail.