With my art, I want people to feel, to get inspired, to discover different sides of themselves they never knew existed. I want them to break out of the endless stride for success, endless days and nights of work and to-dos. I want them to just be. I want to appeal to their souls, help them dig deeper and change their perception of reality through art.
For me, art is a natural process. I close my eyes and see pieces of my memories intertwined with experiences, emotions, and imagination. I don't cling onto reality, I escape it through my art. I love improvising and creating extraterrestrial pieces. When I paint, it's not just one sense or idea that I want to convey; stories and experiences mix together into something unimaginable, something that each person can interpret in their own way. Stroke by stroke I add more meaning to the painting, I want it to be not just a single thing, but a myriad of things.
I want to add as many details as possible so that the person looking at the painting feels the magic for longer, experiences and notices each and every aspect of it. I want the viewer to search, to lean in, dive in, and simply disappear in my art.
As an Innovation Management major, I want to help people transform their consciousness, bring out unexpected qualities and emotions. I want to help them think broader and come up with innovative ideas themselves. The ideas that might seem crazy or unrealistic at first, but could lead to great discoveries later.