W ednesday, we took a look at an abstract artist by the name of Nicholas Ashton, a man whose textures emote the wells of our feelings in every piece he creates. Today, we are discovering a woman whose art style couldn't be more different. Join me in this small feature as I elaborate, and allow me to introduce artist Kara Willhite . T o explain justly, I must first introduce my early impressions of Willhite's work. Two words came to mind upon immediate inspection, "beautiful" and "simple." Not "simple" in the mediocre sense, as her artworks are rather quite detailed despite their simplicity (see process below), but "simple" as it correlates with an almost Nirvanic ideology. N irvana, by definition, is a state of perfect happiness. Although our everyday lives are anything but perfect, they can at least be happy. What I'm trying to reiterate here is, that's how Willhite's works make me feel. Happy. At ease. Joyful.