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"The artistic process is defined as a method of communicating one's creative ideas, while employing a wide array of tangible techniques and thoughtful decision making. This allows the viewer to recognize the way in which the creator discovers new solutions to effectively get their message across. Studying and analyzing an artists' process can help one to understand and grasp how the creator found conventional and non-conventional ways to solve problems. This analytical approach also allows us to take a peak inside the mind of the creator, thus bringing to light the passion and commitment that are the driving force for creating beautiful art, from which we can then draw INSPIRATION. This inspiration becomes the motivating vehicle, and much like fuel to a fire, ignites the deepest desires of our soul and compels us to find our own creative process."

-Christopher Lee Mazara


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Christopher Lee Mazara
Artist | Student | Traditional Art
United States
I'm currently a student studying Illustration at Framingham State University. I have worked as a tattoo apprentice and I love to tattoo as much as I love drawing! Portraits and pin-ups are my favorite things to draw. I am also well versed in all forms of media, painting: oil, acrylic, watercolor, graphite, chalk, digital color, etc etc. Also, Music and relationships heavily influence my work! I have recently fallen in love with the Dia de los Muertos style of art in tattooing, and you can see this reflected in my work.


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