‘I’ve been quite for too long’ 2018, mixed media on canvas, 80x100 |
Painting is a way to communicate with color. The more I paint, the more I want to observe the little things around me. I associate color with emotion, motion, and response.
Each stain brings with it a conversation. When there’s a question, we expect a response. The only way to listen to these conversations is to stop and actually listen to them.
To me, there are no wrong or right answers when it comes to art. Every stain, mistake, or gesture trains the next one, making my next move better. I consider painting as part of my own narrative. Every stain creates a change in my personality. It makes me a little wiser, a little more vulnerable, and more self-conscious. I’m agitated most of the time. Thoughts are constantly rushing through my mind, being scattered all over, and I find it hard to organize and control them. Painting helps me think in structured compositions. By searching for balance on the canvas, I find it in my mind as well. I paint with emotion. I express myself in brush strokes better than I am able to with words.
This is my way of conveying the dynamic motion and inner energy that rushes inside of my mind. Instead of punctuation marks, I use color to direct the eyes. Just like interhuman communication, this process uses not only my hands, but also my entire body.
After all, with every painting, I try to balance out the process of growing and maintaining found in both life and the act of creation.
So, World, listen to me, I have a great story to tell ! ———————————
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✨💫🌙🌼 my heart beating, each breath
i am growth, movement
the experience of every sense
a collection of joys, of sorrows…
I am a story, saturated in thought
neither the same, nor another
I am both, myself, and i am not