Woman, flower, abstraction
Three pivotal images in my oeuvre entwined to
form the statement I strive to put forth each time anew.
I am a woman, I am a flower, I am an abstraction.
These images constantly support and rely on one another.
The abstract paintings are typified by a flower's architecture,
the flower paintings are on the verge of abstraction,
and the women's paintings sprout with stains.
My mode of work includes the use of diverse and complex
techniques, spanning a wide range of materials and media:
photography, computer processing, printing spraying,
high-gloss enamel paints, acrylics, glass paints, watercolors,
oils, felt-tip pens and pencils.
The canvas is processed in stages, via cumulated layers that
maintain intricate interrelations of construction and destruction,
mending and erasing.
Whether the emerging image has ascribed value or not,
the painting's true theme is in fact painting. The work
transpires as a private outcome of the path towards
that particular painting: the trail of its drippings, the mass of its
strata and the depth of its insights....