JLWells

Each of us go through life wanting to make our mark on this old world, we want to be heard or seen in some sort of way before our journey of roaming this earth ends. Creating is a way for me to leave my mark on this world, it way for me to be heard and seen through the paint that I move across the canvas each time I roam the canvas before me. I hope you too not only enjoy listening to me speak but also find your way of being heard if not through creating through some other way that makes you special. I’m a published writer, poet, and artist who find’s enjoyment in creating art in ways like no other. A lot of my paintings are created from recycled items that most throw away. The painting of the women was created on a canvas made from newspapers and the back ground was created with the use of a string. The painting of the Florida Sea Turtle was created with the use of pieces of a waxed milk carton that I cut and used to spread the paint, while the turtle was painted with tooth picks. I don’t ever start a painting knowing what I’m creating; I just start spreading painting and allow my creative abilities to flow. The only form of teaching I have come from a man by the name of Antonio E. “Tony” Mani when I was in elementary school. I have just in the past few years ago started painted again and don’t know how I survived without it. JLWells joined Society6 on April 13, 2013

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Each of us go through life wanting to make our mark on this old world, we want to be heard or seen in some sort of way before our journey of roaming this earth ends. Creating is a way for me to leave my mark on this world, it way for me to be heard and seen through the paint that I move across the canvas each time I roam the canvas before me. I hope you too not only enjoy listening to me speak but also find your way of being heard if not through creating through some other way that makes you special. I’m a published writer, poet, and artist who find’s enjoyment in creating art in ways like no other. A lot of my paintings are created from recycled items that most throw away. The painting of the women was created on a canvas made from newspapers and the back ground was created with the use of a string. The painting of the Florida Sea Turtle was created with the use of pieces of a waxed milk carton that I cut and used to spread the paint, while the turtle was painted with tooth picks. I don’t ever start a painting knowing what I’m creating; I just start spreading painting and allow my creative abilities to flow. The only form of teaching I have come from a man by the name of Antonio E. “Tony” Mani when I was in elementary school. I have just in the past few years ago started painted again and don’t know how I survived without it.

JLWells joined Society6 on April 13, 2013.

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