I prefer abstract art to realism as it allows viewers to experience my work in their own individual way. I like to think of my paintings as “dynamic abstractions” or expressions of flux where movement and visual depth are always personal obsessions.
I intend to capture processes of transformation, evolution and change, whether they are drawn from nature or the environment where I happen to be. I am interested in showing the fragility of an instance in time showing its origins and direction as part of a process always in motion.
I like to work with organic mediums (wax, sand, branches, roots, plants) exploring the physicality of materials and creating a dialog between culture and nature understood as my own cross-cultural references applied to natural forms and structures at a specific moment in time.