I traverse the realms of both the contemporary and the traditional. With acrylics and oils, I delve into the essence of more conventional painting methods, capturing the depth and my purpose by slowly, step by step, winding a particular concentrated contemplation and intention. For me, oil painting is a canvas to distill and nurture a wealth of energy with meticulous care.
Yet, the quest to encapsulate the fleeting and the intense leads me to embrace swift and focused modes of expression. Within these pivotal instances, I turn to digital tools, allowing them to weave stories that resonate with the very essence of the moment. The urgency of encapsulating the raw energy and information fuels my artistic spirit. The digital medium, with its immediacy and flexibility, becomes my ally, allowing me to transcribe the very essence of these moments onto the canvas of your perception. The strength of this working method is not only in speed but also in the way in which it conveys information. It is clean, specific, and sharp, and sometimes that is exactly what is needed.
Prioritizing Essence: The Power of Information
In a world awash with stimuli, I find solace in the unadulterated conveyance of information. It’s not about the embellishments; it’s about the core of the message. The digital realm offers a canvas where information can be conveyed with unparalleled clarity, free from the distractions that might dilute its impact. This alignment between the form and the message is what propels me to wield digital tools with conviction.
For me, art is not just about the medium; it’s about the message, the connection, and the resonance it creates. Whether in acrylics, oils, or the digital realm, my artistic journey is a quest to embody specific energetic messages through colors and symbols which resonate universally. The choice of medium becomes a reflection of the essence I wish to convey, the depth I aspire to reach.
Preserving the Essence: The Journey to Art Prints
In the ever-evolving landscape of art, the journey from the digital screen to a tangible piece of art is a delicate transition. The physical form of my artworks takes shape as art prints, allowing these creations to be held, admired, and shared. These art prints are not mere reproductions; they are an embodiment of the soul that went into their creation. Their materialization on paper is the only pure way in which it is possible to see and enjoy these works for the viewer. Only in paper form are they completely finished, allowing the paper, and its texture, to be the final formative touch. Digital files are used for visual presentation purposes only and are not distributed to the outside world in any other way to replace the artwork itself.
Limited Edition Prints: A Glimpse of Rarity
For those who appreciate the value of owning a piece of art that’s as unique as their own journey, I offer limited edition prints. These prints, released in carefully curated quantities, bear the essence of exclusivity. Each limited edition print is adorned with a mark of its own – an indication of its edition number on the original artwork and an official certificate. It’s a connection to art that speaks not only of creativity but also of rarity. Whether the new work will be released as a limited edition or an open edition print, I am guided by how specific and intense the informative and energetic message is. The more specific and distinctive it is, the more limited it will most often be.
Open Edition Art Prints: A Canvas for Everyone
Art is not confined to the realm of the elite; it’s a language that transcends boundaries. For those who seek an entryway into this world of art, I present open-edition art prints. These prints echo the same artistic quality as their limited edition counterparts and are adorned with my signature and title. The beauty of open-edition prints lies in their accessibility; they invite art enthusiasts to embrace the essence of creativity without constraints. I usually choose works whose informative message has a broader perspective or a lighter message for the open edition.