Initial inspiration has changed a lot for me due to the fact that my paintings in the beginning were figurative. I now consider myself to be an abstract painter, inspired by the outer tangible world. The observation of the world that surrounds me, thoughts, reflections, analysis,, concentration and imagination all nurture my inspiration. I now base my work on expression through abstraction, telling stories, transmitting feelings or simply trying to create sensations in the spectator. I only want to paint what’s essential.
My goal is creating reflective and honest work permitting chance, a work that doesn’t want to be dramatic with big flourish blurs of thick paint, and glutinous shiny drips. I may find inspiration in a fragment of a wall, a combination of forms, a space, colours, a symbol, the light, people, a political or social fact, a poem or a simple thought that returns to my mind.