“A busy, somewhat tense life, thinking about everything and caring for everybody requires a lot of energy. Fortunately, the “quick eye” does not give any rest to the mind in daily activities, noticing always and everywhere what needs to be done on the canvas. Sometimes, so precisely that I don’t have to fight and wrestle with the work for long. And then, it’s a great triumph if the work makes you fall in love. It’s an interesting feeling when you either like or dislike the work, when you either love it or not. For me, drawing is a kind of need to scream, it is a form of my meditation and… without it, I am not “me”.
Professional education / experience
Art Academy, Faculty of Fine Arts, Direction of Painting Edinburgh College of Art; Gerrit Rietveld Academie of Arts in Amsterdam