I’d describe my work as a diary of the world, through my eyes. It’s about connection, moments, a feeling. It’s a story. You could see it as my inner world. My dreams, my questions, my horrors, my fascinations, and my friends. It evokes thoughts, questions, and holds a bit of mystery and abstract madness.
My inspirations are the world around me, connection, people, a new, or rather old, way of living. I translate images using my intuition and what I see around me, together with reference photos, preferably taken by myself. Partly also from memory. It’s about the flow state, the feeling of the moment. The surface of the canvas is the place where this finds its final state of being.
This translation into paintings I do in such a way that you’ll see a lot of vagueness and detail in certain parts. I like to take one small part or person from a crowd, one moment out of many, and zoom in on that. The rest is for your own imagination.
I love to capture moments. Moments in time, moments in space. It’s in the end, all about the people. Humans, human interaction, human joy, connection. But also human life. The living.Or whatever that might be.