1000 pieces of trash / 4 canvas's / spray paint / ( I have always known I was Gay.But growing upin south Texas back in the day meant you had to hide who you were.My
parents had no understanding only fear of people and things that were
different.At 15 i was forced out of the closet by schoolmates and my
world fell apart.Living in a trailer,being called TRASH. I was Always alone.My dad
thought to protect my brothers by turning a tool shed into a room for me to sleep in. So ...the world wouldn't think i was sleeping with my
brothers. Within 6 months i had left home at the age of 16,onto Austin TEXAS. I have been homeless,,And hurt beyond physical recognition.It seemed that drugs were the only way to numb the pain.I was so lost.
But threw all that
hopelessness I never gave up on looking to be a friend and trying to find and give love.That was my sliver of light in the darkness. Its been 18 years since I had so gently been pushed out
of that cage we call the closet.I have spent my whole life finding myself and The one thing that
this 8th grad, life educated man knows without a doubt is that (FRIENDSHIP,LOVE,EQUALITY,AND The RELATIONSHIPS we have with EACH OTHER.is the most important thing in life. So don't be so quick to toss a person away.when were all trying to stay in the light., With the darkness all around us.You might be the
one looking for that sliver of light.And the trash will be there
with arms wide open saying, (ITS
GOOD TO SEE YOU OLD FRIEND!WELCOME HOME!!!!) Stay connected,and remember one mans trash is all mans treasure.
Thank you everyone for the likes for my page. I will continue with post of my art and visions. I know with your support we will change the way we see the world together. Remember we are more connected then you realize. Just look in the mirror and you will see more then just yourself.