We are surrounded in a world of juxtaposition; it exists between motion and what is static. Between the organic architecture and the man-made constructions. The fluidity of movement and the rigidity of the structure.
But while we find juxtaposition of elements in the landscape itself, there's also a contrast between emotions and perceptions. I represent it physically in the form of a painting, creating allegorical landscapes. Through subliminal symbolism, I make personal statements about social justice, global issues, gender equality, love and sometimes humor. I express hidden stories, thoughts and feelings. These are influenced by current events and issues that affect my inner world, and the world that belongs to us all.
Oil, Sand, Wires