"I feel my type of art style fits into the genre called Pop Surrealism," Abby Stiglets said. "It’s not quite realistic and not too cartoony. It is the sweet spot in between, like a dream. I draw you in with my bold colors and pretty faces, but my goal is to make you feel the melancholic stares and become curious about what my characters are about to say. Painting for me has always been an emotionally therapeutic journey to tackle my subconscious."