My art pieces are created by abstract images with depth on the canvases. Paper clay which I use to create depth on the canvas is a familiar material from my childhood. When I start putting my images on the canvas, it has been already envisioned in mind, so I follow the vision to make a base with clay, and carefully levels of depth I need for each portion of the area. Then I mix each individual color, one by one, on my hand to uniquely spread the variety of tone of the paintings. It seems to make more sense to me when an individual color is mixed with a different color unintentionally, even though each color is carefully chosen, and developed to be something unexpected; it fits more perfectly to experience my paintings. This process is easily completed with acrylic paints.
The images come to me often when I’m experiencing open-minded moments by realizing something new, or somewhere I never thought I’d be. Sometimes, when I encounter writings that perfectly represent my thought or moment of experiences. Also, when I hear music that fits my emotions with the sights I’m looking at, and those moments create my own abstract images by combining the scenes that I capture, and emotion attached from the moment.
In my paintings, depth, color, and light are the key components. Depth hides some colors from some angles on the canvas. The color represent the moment of experiences. The light creates different images of the paintings through the day. Also, it projects other colors intensively when the light hits from certain angles. I’d like to create opportunity what paintings can show the viewers throughout the day, giving different organic experiences in the audience’s eye each time and finding images unseen before.