The creative process is inextricably linked with making choices. It is not as obvious as the choice of motifs or media, but about a decision that is of fundamental importance to the artist and his work, answering the question of whether to still explore a well-known and controlled area of activity, or rather to give up the feeling of security, and, trusting one’s intuition, set off into the unknown?
In my art, I like to whisper. Being able to express strong content in a subtle way without screaming, is a challenge for me. A test to prove my own talent. I try to get the most out of the media I use, by looking for new ways to use them.
I like to create a series of artworks, to look closely at what was created and develop this experience into the next composition. During my thirty years of working as an artist, I have used various painting techniques, but in recent years I have created pictures almost exclusively using oil pastels and paper.
However, whatever I might say about my working methods, tools, or means of expression, are only a pretext, in trying to find truth and beauty.