The modern eye is saturated with images. It is shaken by rapidly changing image flows. They exhaust the eye that can no longer take the time to see. I paint interrelated flows. They calm the gaze, push it to rest and walk from overall visions to details. They cannot all be seen simultaneously. Observing them calms the mind and thoughts. Does the vision create a thought? Does thinking create a vision?
To really create, I regularly take new risks to lose the painting.
That’s the only way I can find him.