What does your art bring to you?

Creating puts me in this exquisite state of absolute presence while my imagination simultaneously journeys through different realms. Wearing both the hats of the doer and the witness.

A sense of doing and being done. It clarifies my thought patterns and tunes my brain to the realm of infinite possibilities. I literally download information from the aether. It gives me direction in my life and refines my purpose.

It brings elevated feelings of joy, gratitude & reward when I solve a problem and yet also this frustration at times when I’m pushing the envelope and faced with the limitation of my skills.

It gets my ego in check cause when I create from ego I tend to lose the flow.

What artwork would you like to see in real life?

That’s a tricky one!

Between those that yearn to be expressed out of my imagination and the ones that have truly moved me even in jpeg format on my computer screen or in artbooks… There is definitely more than one I would want my eyes and soul to dive in.

What are your inspirations?

Life, nature, people, my boiling imagination, philosophy, enlightenment, art, spirituality, science, music, the mystery of existence, love, you.

What are your dreams?

I have many, but a good way to distil them into a synopsis is:

To move our civilization forward into a future in resonance with the natural harmony of abundance and sovereignty through entrepreneurship, design, art, creativity, personal development, permaculture, innovations, storytelling etc
To inspire…

What is your favourite quote?

I happen not to have just one, so here are 4 quotes from one of the brilliant minds that inspire me. I’ve arranged them in a way that makes it feels like a logical sequence of thoughts which I trust will bring both clarities on the simplicity of purpose and the drive to create a better world for the reader.

“Love is metaphysical gravity.”
“The minute you choose to do what you really want to do, it’s a different kind of life.

“We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims.”

 “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”

– R. Buckminster Fuller.