I respect art.
I respect artists.
I don't 'collect' friends.
I don't 'collect' votes either.
As a person and artist I do dislike staying the same size.
What permanently inspires me is any less traditional shape, texture and colour or a blend of the three put together I can discover on a journey ‘back to nature’ no matter how trivial the cliché might sound.
I like my sea mustard yellow, green and brown rather than blue and silver grey.
I like my trees black even when they are not.
I have been exploring human face, urban ‘distortion’ and the ‘weird’ presence of nature wherever and whenever least expected - a blend I find particularly fascinating.
Over the last few years my interest has been steadily focused on exploring the multi-layered female sexuality: hidden, recognised, ashamed of, confessed, whispered, cried out, etc. Any word would fit in the description surprisingly well!
Means of expression wise, I am getting more and more obsessed with photography. It's a sea deep passion, makes me feel scared and elated and very alive.