When I was but a wee boy, I was creating. My parents would often find the dirt clods in their drive-way transformed into tiki faces. I had done this, because the dirt begged for a face. At first, I didn't pursue this talent...I wanted to in marketing. However, while pursuing my education in marketing, I was diagnosed with brain cancer. I was twenty two years old, and the doctors told me there was little they could do. So, I quit school and returned to my art to make a few pieces for my friends to remember me by. That was twenty four years ago. So, here I am, forty something, something, I still have brain cancer, and I still create. I thought I would begin to share my creations with the rest of the world. My art has given me great comfort through some of my most difficult moments in my journey with brain cancer as well as the good moments. I relish in the joy and I relish in the act of creating. Enjoy!
For more on my twenty-four year journey with brain cancer, visit my video blog at: http://www.jonveitch.com/jon.veitch.com/About.html