I work in painting, mixed media and sculpture. When painting, I use traditional mediums, such as oil, acrylic, pastels, and also alternative materials, like organic and recycled elements. I learned that from the artists of the forest. I paint with brushes, knives or applying the painting directly to the canvas. The resulting texture makes every piece unique and highly tactile. People find my colors intense and warm. I work on canvas, recycled panels or paper. After choosing the main theme I do sketches and select the appropriate medium. Then, in a spontaneous process, I build the painting. I believe the faster a work is done, the better the outcome. It results more true to the original impulse.
I’m always looking to create my work based on strong and honest intentions, not on formulas or empty concepts. I guess that separates me from ephemeral trends. My work walks in a thin line between figurativism and abstraction. My influences are expressionism, material painting, and tribal art. I admire artists like Kirchner, Nolde, Amaringo, and Munch.