My eyes, my skin, my mind and nature are my inspiration.
All works are abstractions in a very pure and often square-framed form.
These are metaphors of my relationship with mother earth and mankind.
Our society is extremely inclined to label and to frame lives. So I subscribe my motto:
Jump the lines and cross the borders.
I’m using different kinds of materials, like paper, canvas, wood, plywood and waste as subsoils for my acrylic paintings.
Sometimes I paint directly, often in accumulating layers, so you’ve to guess what’s underneath.
That’s the struggle to be on good terms with contemporary life.
It’s difficult to celebrate life when simultaneous you’re perceiving the evolving cruelty.
So I’m painting to survive indifference.