I paint surfaces using my creative drive to discover the unplanned and the unexpected.
Through colour and texture a relationship of fields appear that speak to me in a visual and psychological language, triggering the subconscious release of experiences expressed through the desire to create a composition or a footprint that hits the spot.
Aware of the impact of the visual on the brain I subconsciously extend an invitation to others to share or to find something in my work that makes an impression to which they can respond.
I use vivid colours through which I myself meet up with my idealistic side of where happy balance lives ( derived from unexpected happy accident). On the surface it may seem childish and unsophisticated but I found that creativity lives in that happy place and life and growth is born there. My art does not reflect the reality but instead offers a meeting point or a sanctuary to those who can share, viewers who are happy to find meaning they thought they lost. I hope that this meaning will be a source of pleasure, motivation or a shift in emotional values that can later have positive impact on their lives.