"From Where Do You See?"
The bureaucracy, the beauty, and the visual search are part of our current civilization. The work of art "crumpled paper" is a reflection about these aspects of the contemporary life.
The paper is the first symbol of bureaucracy and its exhaustion, its crumpled shapes provide me an intensive visual pleasure and, thus, I can also share my visual experience with the observer.
In its original shapes, though abstracts, it is possible to occur as "a virtual game" in which the observer can discover shapes that he can only see it. What to me it looks like a letter "W", to other people it could be seen as a sea lion.
The most important thing is to get out of daily visual experience because a sheet of paper is a lot smaller ...
" W " - 40x60 in / 100x150 cm - Sold
"Double Side" - 40x60 in / 100x150 cm - Available for purchase at Wies Willemsen Gallery in Amsterdam
"Yellow Double Side" - 40x60 in / 100x150 cm - Sold
Water is an intrinsic miracle for the life as a precious liquid. How not to notice, appreciate and absorb the beauty of this so magical matter? Is there beauty in a few drops of water that fall on a surface? These are questions that I have to ask and answer through my paintings. It depends from how you see...You can use a towel to dry these drops or your eyes to admire this miracle.