Encapsulated in each painting is a thought, a moment and an emotion. In order to relate to the fluidity of indescribable emotions and the intangible nature of these moments in time, Ink and water are used to treat the subject matter of emotions that have no name. Sometimes words cannot convey accurately an emotion that has no apparent source or relevance. When one looks into the square of canvas one sees a man-made canvas with a man-made image, but the motivation behind this is energy and it is not necessarily man-made. When the energy meets the density of consciousness the resulting image is a product of a specific situation. The conclusion to that process cannot be determined nor controlled. Rather, the nature of the medium disallows this control, thus, a direct link from the energy to man to canvas with no conscious interference becomes the outcome.
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