I paint not only what I see but, more importantly, what I feel. For me,
painting is not merely holding up a mirror to the world but rather reacting to it.
My art encompasses both the physical and psychological realms and preserves the moment of interplay between both. Movement and the form of the human body together with the complexity and intricacy of the human condition have long intrigued me.
In my work I continually seek to capture the myriad of emotions and
expressions, which mirror this condition. The thirst for discovery,
sensuality and playfulness appear in romantic images of nude bathers and lovers merged as one. In sharp contrast to this idealistic state stand the deeply scared faces of isolated figures, letting out silent screams of anguish and disillusion.
With suffering and ethereal eyes, the seductive gazes call the viewer to delve deeply into an inner world.
Artists I like
de Kooning, Picasso & Schiele
Yoga, bicycle & motorcycle
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
Metropolitan museum NYC Chinese landscape art, MoMa