Ephemeral and blurry recollections of landscapes drift into impressions and feelings. It’s these senses that I lyrically translate into visual forms of shape and colour. In the painting process I am after deep observation in order to distill and to describe the surrounding world with the least possible amount of visual elements. This decluttering is reflected in the minimal style and my reluctance towards narrativeness supported by a meticulous technique and original style. Driven by some philosophical exploration of mechanisms of memory and dreams my technique strongly derives from my printmaking period with the concept of layering and blending colours whilst adding new dimensions. Because inks don’t leave any room for corrections I have to plan ahead next layers, which takes me through the whole process. Like dreams are illogical and scattered, my paintings are also quite surreal in that sense. Without a distinct perspective the elements seem to be shown from different angles and dimensions a bit collage-like. My art is on the verge of being purely abstract, but shows the root of inspiration in nature and therefore has the ability to lead the viewer’s way through it.