Professor of Biology, Biochemistry, and Cognitive Science, James E. Zull, says, “Artists create things that engage others, emotionally. And, of course creating itself is engaging—the artist also feels emotion. The arts, then, change the brain of both the creator, and the consumer” (Zull, 2010). Knowing emotion in art can change the brain of both the creator and the consumer, I imagine a powerful change can exist in an artist’s work when purposely expressing emotion within it. When in quest of ideas to produce art, I simply look within myself. My artistic inspiration and ideas derive from my life experiences, thoughts, feelings, and dreams. Using this internal inspiration, I benefit from an instant emotional connection to the art in which I create. I desire my art to change the brain of the creator, me, and to those who consume it.