Sophie Mae Sanborn, a sophomore at PRHS, is an amateur painter and graphic designer but and untrained-yet-seasoned sketcher (do you follow that?). She has an "I-do-what-I-want" attitude regarding her artwork. She often feels restricted by guidelines since her overactive imagination usually gives her ADD when it comes to creating art (like, she'll see a twig, draw it, then see a dump truck and decide to draw that too, or just draw a woman with only half a head as you can see on this board *in the library*). This frequently leads to unpretentious and painfully simple compositions along with hairy-lined, graphite-and-white works. She started her artistic career in kindergarten when Disney princesses inspired her every brush or pencil stroke. Actually, Disney princesses and anything geeky (like the Marvels; do NOT even get her STARTED on the great drawablity [nice word, right?] of Tom Hiddleston's Loki) which continue to fuel her over-worked imagination. Whatever brilliance is posted on Pintrest, anything English Tudor-esque, and fascinating people or events depicted on Sherlock or Downton Abbey that get her brain working is all game too. Anyways, this was supposed to be short so she'll stop here for everyone's sake. Oh! She'll end with a snazzy art quote by Cesar Cruz: "Art should comfort the disturbed and disturbed the comfortable."