James White is a quiet and independent artist who prefers to tell his stories through visual manifestation. Thoughts constantly race through James’ mind, demanding to be released. In order to expose these thoughts, James applies thick brush strokes with several pigments. The glowing, swirling nature of his brush often portrays an energetic landscape—similar to Van Gogh’s use of line in his masterpiece, Starry Night. Sometimes, James will hide human figures within the compositions; usually hidden behind a tree or bush.