For each force there is a reciprocal force.
While I paint, things happen as the work progresses. I have a primary image in my mind which develops into the rest of the picture field..
I have to work actively on the field to abstract my comprehension of what I feel, and imagine forms and colors that will be in equilibrium on the canvas..
I consider myself a colorist working with abstract forms and colors. My paintings are non representational..
The important thing for me is to arrange these forms and colors on the pictorial field to achieve a balanced composition..
I work simultaneously with positive and negative shapes, placing equal importance on both . My goal is to achieve a vibrant piece of work with forms and color interweaving with each other with order and equilibrium, arranging shapes and deciding on colors according to the way I want to accomplish my needs and the final balance of the painting .I always think of the whole and not the parts and have to have the canvas completely covered in a short time. to be able to look at the whole. Empty spaces distract me. I saturate the colors to make a strong composition, making each color and shape counteract another , and with this equilibrium, expressive variations will appear. I balance all relationships as they are developed and intuitively search for a complete image. One part of the painting triggers an idea for the rest. My non representational forms will flow as part of a rhythmical interplay.
The result is a vibrant, balanced composition. My art is doing.