To make this happen requires zooming in and zooming out while creating; to lose yourself in the material, but also to detach from it and see how it works from a distance. This process can be a huge struggle and a blessing at the same time. Sometimes even theraphy-like..
I am proud to present to you the results in authenthic artpieces you can find here on this website. Ejoy!
creating..Through I try to comprehend life and to come to the essence of it.
‘Movement’ is one of the main characteristics of life and therefore important in my work. On the other hand I am looking for stillness, being aware that nature carries duality. As a sensitive but also a thrill-seeker-kind-of-person I wrestle with these contrasts and try to balance them in my colourful paintings of: street-views, portraits and skaters.
I also work with other disciplines such as video and film.
In the video-performance ‘Give me a Break’ two angels are at the loo confronting the viewer to rest a moment and focus on the self, which can be hard in this busy society. The connection between the outside world and the world inside also fascinates me. The impact is visible in portraits as ‘Waiting Emma’, where different emotions as anger and resignation are merged.
I love creating and discovering the beauty of life..
What I aim for in my Urban Art is to find a balance between roughness, movement, purity and stillness.
I like to make my work exciting in every detail, but also to let every part fit in the whole. So when you look closely, you will discover little compositions in the bigger picture.