I subject landscape to the course of a painting process and vice versa.
My works are dealing in space among imagination, landscape and memory
by abstract and calligraphic way as a sublimation that combines memory and senses.
The space of painting is in its repeated and constant process in the struggle for the
metamorphosis of the trace into the vision.
This landscape has its origin in the brain, and does not represent anything other than
self-formulation by the construction of the image. It is nowhere else outside the picture.
It seems more and more abstract but sources from reality.
The image is its own subject, it approaches the landscape, but returns to itself.
In a broader sense, “landscape” is a complex and intense metaphor to an open and
constantly changing character for painting.