In all the different themes I work with (Floral motifs – Monet’s Water Lilies – Landscapes – Prague, homage to Jakub Schikaneder – Allegories – Tales - Nudes and Portraits), I try to evoke the poetry of solitary moments, miracles of nature, mysteries of life and reflections of the soul.

 

Imagination sometimes urges me towards the evocation of the supernatural or even the fantastic. Silence alone allows introspection with its freezing of time.

In silence I realize the visions I carry within me as long as it takes until I am certain I know how to breathe life into them through the image.

My efforts approach the work of a painter. The floral works appear as if the vegetation extends beyond its framework to penetrate into a dimension where the silences that rhythmize my pictorial music resound.

 

My approach is one of slowness and isolation.

I let childhood come back to life inside that perceives life through all the senses.

When a work is born, it is as if a miracle had come from elsewhere.

This elsewhere is, however, the most intimate part of oneself.

Translated by Nathan Fields