• From a distance and on photos the paintings look almost cheerful. They have a positive and energetic appearance. The subjects come from everyday life. Often with soft things, romantic, beautiful, friendly, nothing to worry about.

    Nearby, however, you can see holes, cracks, scratches. The painting looks raw and in some places bare and rough. When it was made, the work was apparently dealt with in a harsh manner.

    It is screwed, chorded, torn, pricked. It is scrubbed, polished, showered. Buckets are thrown at it. In this way, the painting is kneaded from front to back, grasped and shaped three-dimensionally. Once they are finished, you may only handle them with silk gloves.