Through the border between the artist and the audience, I desire to depict the world both visual and spiritual sense. In my belief, art is what drew me nearer to the world, yet helped me see it from a different perspective. I seek to create works that express the genuine self, the world, and its spiritual presence. Through these ideas, I continuously develop a symphony between colours, shapes, portions, ground and mediums. However, the physical elements are not the only relationships which have been bonded through this progress. The work itself and I have built until now. Abstract drawing and painting, can be a formal, or not determined in its composition, and still be reflexive. The “process” becomes the significant feature of a formal work. It does not start ideal, but with the act of making the picture itself. The process seeks to disrupt around and intention for the work and chance becomes important feature. The spontaneous, unrehearsed gesture supplants the self-conscious and refearsed.
A drawing is produced in time and a drawing is a temporal record of the period of execution.