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TO MIKI ONLINE COLLECTION

My art is abstract, organic & monochrome
inspired by travel, home & the lesson of the moth.

 

Material Responsibility

ABSTRACT, ORGANIC AND MONOCHROME

To express the spiritual in tangible form, art has to be abstract; so it can play with the viewers’s imagination, while provoking an emotional response. It also has to be organic; organic art reeks of a certain inner familiarity, something very fundamental and indispensable in our lives. Supported by pure, wholesome, colors and rudimentary, sustainable material, art provides comfort and invites viewers to share into the inspiration.

pigments on linen

The tight, homogeneous grain structure of the linen makes it ideal for oil and pigments to merge and settle in desired form. The strong and solid backdrop opens ways to sculpturing with a large amount of pigments, allowing three–dimensional space to intrude into an otherwise two–dimensional surface.

oil on timber

Organic timber forms the perfect balance to the thick and heavy oil patterns. The roughness of the wood under the flowing oil induces presents a nice contrast. It is not hold back on a stretched frame but moves freely, only to freeze eventually within the laws of gravitation.

ink on paper

Paper offers a very smooth background. From its immaculate surface, pigments emerge in unusual patterns, acting as an attribute to the overall form. Hasty ink on dreamy oil is very capricious. Applying it right on top on flowing color opens all new horizons and excitements.

Immaterial Irresponsibility

INSPIRATION AND MOTIVATION

I find inspiration in the everyday: in music, literature or cinematography. Recognizing patterns within philosophy, psychology and physiology, connect art to science. Surrounding myself with talented people, musicians and poets, writers and movie makers, I listen to their stories and learn from awe-inspiring or blissfully boring lives. Taking part in the circle of creativity. Passing on inspiration and communicating visually is the most rewarding part of being an artist. Once in a while, it is important for me and my inspiration to move away from urban into pastoral settings, making space for yoga and meditation. Depart into unknown lands and cultures, making every piece a landmark of the journey.

 

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INSPIRATION AND MOTIVATION

I find inspiration in the everyday: in music, literature or cinematography. Recognizing patterns within philosophy, psychology and physiology, connect art to science. Surrounding myself with talented people, musicians and poets, writers and movie makers, I listen to their stories and learn from awe-inspiring or blissfully boring lives. Taking part in the circle of creativity. Passing on inspiration and communicating visually is the most rewarding part of being an artist. Once in a while, it is important for me and my inspiration to move away from urban into pastoral settings, making space for yoga and meditation. Depart into unknown lands and cultures, making every piece a landmark of the journey.

Dyptics

Like the subliminal messages of our youth, to the lessons our parents taught us, to out innate drive to aspire: this gift, this planet we call earth, roots us and lifts us. Meanwhile, propelling us with the gifted ability to see, feel and sense inspiration through associations with its physically anchored treasures.

Divas

She’s not a girl. She’s been through hurricanes of emotions, she fought the armies of fears, she passed the trickiest life’s trials. She matured like wine through humid darkness, cold and time. She came out fizzy and sweet.

L’appel du vide

L’appel du vide is that tiny voice that tells you to jerk the steering wheel just to the right and take a flying leap off the ledge…that inclination to walk right into the ocean and never return…the call of the Siren song.