How would you describe your work to somebody who has by no means seen it? As lush colourful abstractions, which initially appear to be solely painterly and expressive gestural marks, however are, upon nearer inspection, fantastic strains and tiny circles which create luminous and voluminous varieties. The expressions of concentrated vitality and shapes might be concurrently interpreted as mobile microcosms and common macrocosms.  

I additionally combine neon parts, typically as abstractions, typically as descriptive strains that full an elusive figurative portrait. These shocking, luminescent, neon parts add one other dimension and thriller, talking to the battle of human-cyborgian up to date life and lightweight of the digital dimension. 

There are references to the ratio of the gold spiral, divine proportions which might be present in nature, and cross sections of DNA to talk to a sure universality inside the work as patterns, colours and luminescent neon strains.

These create archetypical varieties that might be learn as a recorded dialog between the artist and canvas about experimentations in deep consciousness and the resonant patterns in existence. 



What made you need to turn out to be an artist? My earliest creations have been portraits of feminine faces as a baby. It was my approach of making an attempt to know and manifest a mirrored image of myself which was not seen on the planet round me. Being nearly the one one with an Asian look in a black and white group made it a battle for me to attempt to settle for and depict the eyes. I at all times made them ’western’ trying, as that was largely what I noticed round me. To make eyes which regarded like mine, with out feeling disgrace, was the primary impulse that drove me to attract. 

The precise second once I knew I need to turn out to be an artist, was once I was fully gripped and entranced by an paintings within the Denver Artwork Museum. I couldn’t consider artwork could possibly be so lovely. Then I noticed with a lot mortification and humiliation, that it was not a ‘actual paintings’ however a window which was coated and emanating a glowing mild. Right now I do know, it wasn’t simply any window, it was Gio Ponti! The constructing was the paintings.


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