Tuesday, April 19, 2011


For me, painting has always been a search that allowed me to explore both the formal visual elements, as well as my personal feelings, through an intuitive, spontaneous process.
That is how last year, when my son Albert was born, I felt the need to document my emotions and reflections about this exciting and challenging change in my life, and the idea for “Albert’s series“ evolved.
“Albert’s series“ is an abstract diary following the first year of my son’s life, and consists of three hundred and sixty five works on paper, all 9”x12” in size. Although abstract and very personal by nature, this series speaks of deeply universal human themes of infancy and parenthood.