My early paintings are mainly landscapes in which I try to seduce the viewer to admire ordinary scenes. When viewing a series of paintings the effect is poetic.
In my new series I place an object on its own stage. A still life is the perfect way to do this.
What inspired me to paint the Cibum Laboretur series is man’s attempt to recreate or improve existence as he wishes. This progress is both fascinating and surreal.
My Concha series takes that idea on further. I like to show the viewer an object that he will recognise as something natural and tactile, but with a little twist, suggestively painted leaving room for contemplation.
Spiritu represents the free human spirit. It’s the place where everything begins and ends, creation, recreation, the (im)material and emotion.
The Ohne series only exists because there is a primary need for me to create them, purely emotional.