“By living with different languages, the language of painting has become most important to me because of it’s freedom and liberty. It’s explanation is not important...this would reduce the dimension of the painting to spoken language and would render the painting unnecessary.
My paintings are not results but developmental milestones in the evolution of ‘The Painting’ that has yet to be painted. Their structure, created by sand, pumice and paper, gives me the
freedom to play with my inspiration. And the colour, as the material that I prefer to create myself from pigment and a binder,speaks the language of emotion.”