My Full Potential

Growing up, I always wanted to make things. When I reached the fruitful age of  fifteen, that all changed when people told me to "be realistic", and I started taking courses that I thought would make me more money in the future. This included courses like biology, advanced functions, and chemistry. I hated every second of it. I would dread going to school, and soon enough I developed an attendance problem. It took me a very long time to accept the fact that I'm happiest when I'm making art and that I WAS an artist. This statement "I am an artist" instilled so much change in my life, and here is me one year later making art with my three years of math notes. i have one play (written, directed, and performed by me) under my belt and a spot in my dream program at the RTA School of Media. I don't know what I'm going to be doing five years from now, but I am an artist and I've found a lot of peace in that. -Marta Golova (Instagram).

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