Visual Art is a celebration of our power to create. It is a glorious expression of our unique relationship to the world. Creating connects us to who we are and why we exist. We are not all visual artists but we are all creators and need to create in our own way to be truely happy.
In my work I allow the relationships of colour and the movement of paint to dominate a loose attachment to form. Colors and textures merge in unpredictable ways and I become unable to recall the exact process.
Prior to painting, I try to release my conscious control of the outcome.
As with children, the pure enjoyment of creating art flows freely from a place not controlled by the ego. Children paint egoless and I believe that, as adults, we must also create from that state.