The visions I could see beyond the art class were as countless as the sea sand. But, in the science class, all I saw was a surgeon in an operation room.
I could read and never blink an eye.
I could stare at words and never feel the urge to even eat.
On the other hand, I could calculate for just a second and remember all the things I haven’t done in the day.
When it was test time, I scored in English like a grandchild of Shakespeare.
But in science, all I remembered in front of my blank sheet was the painful injection I received helplessly on the sick bed.
Yes! I chose an art school over a science school. Because there, I saw on the doorstep my capability of turning an empty pot into tonnes of gold.
But in the science school, I saw the bones of a lifeless animal and human.
The sight was so disgusting for my vision.
Everyone thought I made the wrong decision but, deep down I knew they were too blind to see what I saw.
Today, I’m able to impart an insight into ourselves that science itself cannot manage.
I have others sense what I felt when I photographed people, nature, animals and places.
By telling a story, I connect with others too. We talk about ourselves, our feelings, and what it is to be a human.
With language, I can record the beauty and power in the things that I see and feel.
Today, I’m not only respected as an artist, but, I’m also held as a scientist because my works are sometimes inspired by science.
As an Alchemist who mixes paint, Jamie studies the effect of colour and learns how to perceive light.
Today, an artist can tell you what the doctor saw in his microscope through her creative work. Because she simply turns his words into reality by drawing them. Either than that, all his scientific explanations would have been unseen and unrealistic to the rest of humanity.
Follow Your Passion!