“An original artist is unable to copy, so this was the reason that only by trying to copy she was already original”.
Looking at my paper, minimally about 25-40% of the time, my drawings are made of freedom and a time constraint which I impose upon myself; a fight against time resulting in an unorthodox way of finding life on its own. My characters are a clear contrast between reality and what I want to see at a glimpse. The figures are unorthodox not because the models are, but because my eyes travel through their bodies avoiding any routine. You will find inside my strokes faster than micro seconds with mastered bodies that fill the space, not even shadows could claim to enhance them.This is my work at its best: out of constraints, out of limits and boundaries that would minimize the freedom of my figures.
Aside from the nude models, my works capture only living and breathing, unknowing innocents hanging out in international cities from San Francisco to Lisbon in various concerts, cafes, trains, gardens and museums, in a relaxed moment, a gossipy conversation and flashes of circumstances that we all face. Often my victims are moving quickly in transit, therefore, I may have the head of one on the body of another.
According to Mike Duron, the main task of an artist, is to show you either what you have never seen before, or what you have seen countless times in a way you have never seen. No matter the situation, my little characters exit with humour. This is my goal. Today we too often find depression, destruction and death in art. If I could bring a smile to someone's face or give another the opportunity to see the funny side of the human condition-sale or no sale, I have succeeded.