What does your art bring to you?
I sculpt, paint and draw. For me, it’s all about exploring my creativity. Sculpture occupies an important place in this exploration. When I am in this momentum of creation, my soul expresses my truth. Every drawing, painting, or sculpture is a little piece of me, a trace for this connection. Without a doubt, when the work is successful, it is satisfaction, but beyond this visual representation that I will offer to the spectator, there is this moment of connection that I lived. I often ask myself a thousand questions: Is it contemporary? Is this what is expected of me? Is it beautiful? But all these questions don’t matter because, at the end of the day, daring to get naked, no matter how successful or recognized – it’s the feeling of being alive that mattered! I wouldn’t say that my art is my reason for living, but it is the momentum of the life that animates me. My art is the tangible representation of who I am, the essence of my being.
What artwork would you like to see in real life?
I would like to see the works of Barbara Hepworth, Henri Moore, and Matisse.
For example “single form” by Barbara Hepworth for the purity of forms in space, strength and simplicity. (This is what I would like to achieve in my sculptures).
What are your inspirations?
I am inspired by “women,” spiritual/philosophical ideas and concepts, and nature. The woman by her forms, but also by everything she represents and what she is – an inexhaustible source of inspiration …
What are your dreams?
The creation of an art therapy workshop in order to be able to share the benefits of creativity with those in need. Accompany the “evils” of the soul with creativity. The person will use and express their creativity to improve the quality of life. My personal creations will always be there because it’s part of my life anyway.
What is your favorite quote?
“Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand.” Bob Proctor
Because; makes all dreams possible, and that is; accessible.