My contemporary minimalist abstract paintings are an exploration into colour, texture, mark making and painted matter. It is never my intention for people to see real-life objects in my paintings. There is nothing wrong with that, of course. Sometimes it is difficult to avoid connotations. In my view, the fact that everyone sees something different in the painting is a quality of a successful artwork. It is also the strength of abstract, concrete painting, which rejects representation, and operates the line, colour, form, painted matter. The process of creation becomes more important than the final result.
Operation within the substance of contemporary minimalist abstract painting is very important to me. This is an attempt to seek an artistic language to express the essence of my works and establish communication and a relationship with the audience. This relationship decides what we experience looking at the artworks.
“Every art, which is assessed from a reasonable point of view of harmony, composition, order or disharmony, decomposition and disorder, is abstract.”