In visual arts I have found a balanced feeling of fulfilment in my relation with life and painting, as a way of communication, is one of my concerns.
I have always been fascinated by the theatre of life. I have done mostly portraits, with the intention and desire to open a gate to the world of inner emotions. Through my works, I seek a way to communicate with the public, a support, a means for conveying ideas, artistic visions. At the same time, I want every painting to have something which invites to meditation because I consider that a work must hide a secret beneath the gesture or the gaze of the character, must raise a question mark regarding the issue of human existence and open the gate to the creator’s imaginative universe.
I believe that art has a moral end too, revealing a certainty or doubt that the artist has at a certain time.
As I see it, a painter should neither be entirely aesthetician, nor entirely ideologist.
The artist meditates through his artistic demarche which he submits to the judgment of the public.