Creating a painting is for me a form of meditation and a dialogue with the human subconscious. In my collection of Buddha’s I am reflecting this state of meditation, to calm the chatter and to listen, to become in a waking consciousness and to create conscious action.
My intention is to visually reflect a state of connectivity with the universe by fusing a western visual language with eastern philosophy and imagery.
I acquire my inspirations from historical and contemporary artists and use past and present, to reuse and recycle, to produce something definite about this time.
My brushstrokes are colorful, energetic and free. It is very important for me, that the painting is alive, spontaneous and present. My media is acrylic paint. When people see my work, I like the painting to speak to the viewer like poetry. I intend them to experience a sense of happiness.