Oil on canvas
Perception in art stands for a complex relation between visual stimuli, that is what we can see and a personal understanding of them. It is a theory to assume without proof that aims to clarify the relation between artworks and individual opinions and evaluations. I use equations, music, and nature in my paintings to convert what I perceive into art and through my artwork. I try to bring the outside in and make sense of the chaos. Living with beautiful objects that pay tribute to the natural world reminds us to slow down and helps us reconnect with nature; while in the same breath showing that nature is not linear but rather different to the eye of the beholder. The view or how people perceive my art series evokes different emotion and reactions depending on how, why, and even when you look at the pieces. It highlights the difference of opinion that is not necessarily confined to the rule of good/bad, beautiful/ugly, or right/wrong but rather the difference in beauty. The subtle questions: how right are the wrongs and what is the good in the bad. I conduct the flow in the painting and make music, with my orchestra of paints and brushes to produce a symphony that brings a breath of life to my art.