My first inspiration comes from the physical environment, both structural and natural, and the incessant variations of atmosphere and time, such as the wear and corrosion that alter the material. This transformation is visual poetry to me. I feel called by this sensory environment which makes a spectacle of itself and offers me textures, nuances, compositions, traces, oppositions, and harmonies. I regard abstraction as a personal free formulation, coming from the depths of oneself, where impressions, emotions, interpretations, beliefs, heritage, and dreams come together, shaping the structure of our unconscious. My work is the distillation of my feeling and thinking self coupled with the fortuitous, and often elusive, phenomena that occur while I paint. I play with these mysterious laws of nature, provoking harmony or dissonance, strength or softness, agitation or calm. In an obsessive way, I seek to discern, reproduce, decline. I try to understand and explore the spirituality of matter, fluctuating between my inner and outer reality.
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