I immensely enjoy watching the works of the Masters like Jackson Pollock, Howard Hodgkin, Franze
Kline and Mark Rothko, I also like the works of Laxman Shreshtha and S.H. Raza.
I use large thick canvases for my paintings. Many of my painting involve brush strokes rubbing,
scratching and removing of paint to create texture and layering. I paint "wet on wet" and apply the
paints to the canvas on top of each other and into each other, whilst still wet. The order of the colours
and surfaces is very important to me, because I use a lot of paint, which is applied very thickly.
Sometimes it takes several days, before I can start on a painting. I just feel the blank canvases and
feel my breathing. Then I wait a the right moment, but once I have started, I work very quickly. For
me this moment is the moment of celebration and dancing. I enjoy this tremendous energy force