The persistent quest focuses on the human figure and nature, both experienced as everlasting and tender forces in contrast and harmony with the transience of existence.
The artworks are often made up of unnatural images that form dreams and tales of that which is hidden.
The outcome originates from the pictures of the 50s and 60s, that are used as a starting point for the creation of tales and suggestions that come up naturally during the creative process.
Canvasses, often large ones, used for the experience of and the longing for existence. Drawings and crayons on paper of eerie shapes and human masks.
Man’s being and his rising, shining and fading.
- The work comes forth from the photographic images of the late 1800s and early 1900s with the purpose of telling and dealing with that which is hidden from the eye, by making use of the pictorial means experienced as a bearer of existential truths, often imperceptible to the human understanding. The support medium is made up of canvasses, often large ones.
- The inspiration comes from photographic images of the late 1800s and early 1900s, the first of their kind regarding human existence. Often they are faded figures drawn with crayons and graphite on white paper. They disappear and re-emerge filtered by the unfathomable side of the creative nous.