Art is my way of communicating to others; we are beyond the form, or our eyes can see. We are all connected and part of nature. The basis is the appreciation of its presence in the present moment, and it tries to remind this to ourselves.
The creation process flows while I am painting with the movement of my hands and body. When I am creating, there is no planning beforehand. I focus on the essence instead of the form that is categorised by the mind. The subject of my pieces usually reflect abstractions of the universe, nature and their interconnection.
I do not intend to name my artworks until finished. My paintings can be overwhelming when you try to read every detail or object. Therefore, I encourage viewers to see them as a whole and let themselves go. The mind cannot understand it, but you can feel its essence. The harmony can be seen collectively as a whole more than individual objects.