The Interview conducted was quiet indulging and there were various perspectives that helped in analysing the way in which this artist views on people, places, education, creative work access and her own self.
She initially started as a print maker, drawer and ceramic designer after getting graduated as an MFA because even though she was from top universities but these did not have the facility of a good department for painting for teaching the basics of creative works. From this her views on creative art region access and educational inadequacies can be implied. Even though universities in the modern world have all the required necessities through technological advancements but still the creative art work field has several developments lacking behind such as that related to access. Not all universities have appropriate painting departments making aspiring individuals of art to either drop a year or get enrolled in another course with similar aspects.
About artist as a person, she indicated her views to be salient in nature. She believed everyone can have artistic expressions in them but what makes a good artist is how those expressions are imprinted over a canvas. Furthermore, she made her views clear on why she chose to be a painter rather than a musician or a dancer. She said that she was always aware of the fact that she has to be a painter and since a very young age of 3 years, she has been pursued on the same goal without questioning or entertaining any questions on the domain.