There is a lot to take in when we look at each other's bodies and our surroundings. The unreliable beauty of the shapes, in synch with the passage of time and the light aging as the world spins, keeps surprising. There is so much substance, chaos and abundance. To be alive, and witness the evolution and revolution of our cells and truly living, is the greatest challenge and the greatest of privileges.

In my work, there is often a melancholic theme surrounding the tints and curves, where you can sense the distant longing for a taste of freedom beyond the 'walls'.

At times, I give in to temptation and indulge in playing with texture more that I should. Anything that can contribute to inviting the viewer to really experience and sense my work.

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