Art Statement

This is my intimate story about a woman. A pretext for reflecting on the universal issues of one’s own female identity, as well as what is feminine and what is used to be regarded as feminine. I am looking for fullness in the sphere of the sacred and the profane. In pain, ugliness, physiology and beauty. I am looking for an idol, madonna, goddess, teacher in myself and in other women. It’s not just about the intellectual layer. I want the images to have a strong physical impact on the viewer, so that they can feel its tissue and energy under the skin. It is energy that carries my story. Painting is my meditation and release.