What does being an artist mean to me? Creating illusions and symbols, abstracting from reality and building a world not known before. Sometimes even I’m surprised by the results.
Some of my art has a narrative content as well as psychological cues appealing to the senses and intellect. My creations are meant to be enjoyed for their own sake, to bring a sense of harmony and pleasure, aesthetically speaking. Visual art is my language, colors and lines are my words.
I design through composition and imagery what I like to surround myself in, whether through drawing, printing or painting.
From landscapes to mindscapes, images are constantly being formed. Flashes of insight into possibilities of what a completed work of art could be are being composed daily. As these thoughts take form, I have the need to extract these ideas onto paper or canvas.