FOR EACH FORCE THERE IS A RECIPROCAL FORCE
I have to work actively in the field to abstract my comprehension of what I feel, and imagine forms and colors that will be in equilibrium on the canvas. My paintings are non representational. The important thing for me is to arrange these forms in the pictorial field to achieve a strong composition. I balance all relationships as they are developed and intuitively search for a complete image. My non representational forms will flow as part of a rhythmical interplay
The result is a vibrant, balanced composition.
This year I am working with the series:
FRAGMENTS OF CLASSICAL MUSIC
While I listen to a determined piece, I start painting large brush strokes in accordance of what I am listening to.
I get immersed in the music and my brush hits the canvas in different directions and tempo. At times I have two or three brushes in my hand, different sizes and different colors, and I use them as the music tells me to. I am not thinking of what I do, but anytime a brush stroke appears on the canvas, I move away to really look at the composition and decide what direction I will take next. I pause many times, to avoid a chaos that could start if I am not careful. When I am painting, I use my whole arm and my body and paint somehow away from the canvas so that I can continually see from a distance, what I am doing.