Sabrina Lynn Hilton

My name is SABRINA LYNN HILTON. I was always a shy person but very nice, and I would give the shirt off my back for a person in need. I’ve always been like that; I grew up in a dysfunctional household where I had to raise my sister and me basically by myself. I was also there when my Auntie OD’d on heroin in 2006. She was an amazing artist; I learned a lot from her. I took on art because she was gone and I knew my Auntie would be proud of me, of the way I had become a good painter. I’ve learned a lot from painting — it helps me with my anxiety and my depression from losing most of my family members. It helps me stay on the right track and keeps me busy. Art is very important in my life today.

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