Why the abstract?
The abstract ... for many it is pure scribbles while for others, simple drawings that a 5 year old child could make. But have you tried to from scratch, from create without knowing what the result would be, from let the spatula or brushes slide on a canvas by being an observer of the route, of the road that all this was taking? To go there with the heart and intuition!
When we observe an abstract canvas, we welcome it into its Being, for what it makes us feel, what it transmits to us as a message. Impossible to compare it to another work since it is unique. So we become an observer. I believe we should take that same fair look at the people around us. A gaze free from judgment, imbued with understanding and empathy for others.
See what these CUTIES have to offer you ...just like what the human beings around you have to teach you.
Self-taught artist, I started painting a few years ago. My artistic research has deepened in full confinement linked to the global pandemic.
Alone with myself for several months, I looked inside for what needed to emerge. The gestures were refined and the abstract art took shape.
The creation process was significant as the first abstract canvas I created looked like a “big pile” of colors because I was trying to create with my “mind”. That part of us that wants to control everything, to know everything and who wants everything to be perfect.
So I understood that I had to listen and trust my intuition; what my heart wanted to convey.
From the moment I let go, everything took shape and the gestures were released.