My work has an impact from my personal existence dealings with issues of identity and survival. Those pictures also represent a comment to our relationship with ourselves and with society in general. It is an attempt to achieve spiritual continuity and also constant exploration and experimentation – an approach to answer questions about my own existence. The language of symbols became my major interest and that is how most of my work started to exist. I use a few symbols such as plants, imaginary sidewalks, steps, non-continuous lines and many geometrical symbols. To have a feeling of third dimension, I have applied some other materials such as cloths, cotton, paper, sand … anything that I could find in my surroundings. My work evolved from experimenting with different kinds of materials, lines and color.
My focus is the process of painting. As the canvas evolves, each step promises revelation or it is a small reflection of the diversity of the living world and of the opinions, either active or passive, that we have in how we live within and with that world.