Discovered a passion for art making, ink drawings of complex patterns
The Black & White
By using only black ink as the main material, I've used works as a means of therapy to help me deal with a lot of emotions that I had trouble understanding at the time During the black and white period I was influenced by Keith Haring, M.C Escher and the Op-art movement. My Work also shows resemblance to Aboriginal art
The screaming shell
Break me free
The end of the Black & White
Begun with 'Fine art' study at the Royal Academy of Art. The Hague, The Netherlands.
The Colours In the colour period, I wasn’t into making art inspired by what was happening in the reality of my own life, but rather in reality of others. Their feelings and emotions. When I use colours for example; blue, green or yellow, these colours has a symbolic meaning behind them.
The sunroses (sunflowers = flowers + Rose)
For this work I was inspired by a story of a British air pilot that died when his plan plunged into the Caribbean Sea. Later in this story his girlfriend described the moment she heard about the accident, her emotions. The body of the pilot has never been found. so to honor him she went on a boat where the plane sunk to the place "sunflowers". Sunflowers because they describe his sunny lovely character, she said.
The end of the Colours
During this period gold ink was added to my signature style of complex patterns drawings to fight against my negative feelings and emotions on a conscious level. When I think of the color gold, I think of something shiny and when I think of something shiny. I think about light or the sun that makes the...
Started using silver in my works. As the sun goes down, the full moon will still shine the darkness away.
First time I’ve depicted myself autobiographical but the viewer see me as an animal. In that my works chronicled my thoughts, feelings or emotional balance.
The end of The Golden
My main focus for the last two years has been on developing my signature style of complex patterns drawings. By using other materials beside ink for examples; paint but also to experimenting on surfaces of a variety of objects, textiles and clay.
First time I’ve used paint in my works in combination with ink
The outsider in the heat of a moment (neon paint)
Exchanged to Willem de Kooning Academy. Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Used of clay and discovered photography
see no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil
A mask has the power to hide the facial expression of a person who is wearing it.
The explosion of emotions
Graduation project: ‘The San Salvador’ For this project I’ve transformed my complex patterns into fashion. A fashion collection inspired by the voyages of Christopher Columbus.
Graduated in Fine Arts at Willem de Kooning Academy