I see art as an expression of beauty. The esthetical aspects are essential in my artwork while conceptual meaning adds an important value to it. I am especially interested in colors, and knowing how to put them together in my work is one of my biggest talents. I would say I was born an artist and my passion and skills have grown with the time and dedication. In fact, I always remember my self drawing or painting, and others commenting on my talent.
There are two things that inspire me greatly and serve as themes of most of my artwork. The first is Physics; the laws of nature, the universe, repeating sequences, fractals and chaos. The second is traveling; different cultures and places I have seen and people I have met. In addition, I like to experience with different materials and colors. Sometimes I use color to express and create different emotions, and other times I use color to represent different frequencies of vibrations, energy.
I see the process of my art making like a dialogue between the art work and me. With an idea in my head, and some visual help like photos, sketches or, at times, the real subject; I start working. Then, I wait, look at the work and listen to what it says. After observing the different shapes that emerge and where there is an absence of color, I keep working. Finally comes the time when the art work has nothing more to say and I do not have anything else which I wish to do. The art work is done.
When I look at my art I feel joy and curiosity; and that is precisely what I wish to transmit. The colors and shapes capture my attention and introduce me to something beautiful. The concept behind the painting then captures my attention; I want to know more about the subject. I feel I started painting about something I knew, but then when I am painting it, many questions come to my mind and I realize that I want more information to have a more accurate approach to it.