2017 RECAP

by | Last updated Dec 31, 2017 | Published on Dec 30, 2017 | Art Blog, Exhibitions & Progress

Join Artist Sophie Lawson in her 2017 recap, where she looks back over her fifth year as a Transgender Artist

“I realised in 2017, overcoming mental issues doesn’t happen overnight, so while at times it can be frustrating, you just have to keep doing your best, have patience, kindness and make sure you’re always learning from every situation.”

– Sophie Lawson

“KNOW WHAT YOUR GOALS ARE

BUT BE FLEXIBLE IN HOW YOU ACHIEVE THEM

 

… THE UNIVERSE WILL HELP MAKE THEM A REALITY IN GENIUS WAYS, IF YOU KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN :)”

– Sophie Lawson

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