This picture is based on the Haiku of William C Hannon.Inside everyoneThe infinite travelerLong to be set freeThe concept of... Read More
This picture is based on the Haiku of William C Hannon.
Inside everyone The infinite traveler Long to be set free
The concept of freedom and movement have always been a constant in my work. Words can arrive to places long forgotten in our mind, they are keys that open ideas. This form of poetry is so free and so concise but with the capacity of embracing so much. Haikus and painting are very close, passing a feeling to the observer in a glance. My work aims is to relate to the audience, not in a unidirectional way but in the way that only painting can achieve. It touches places that are intimate, that relate to our personal experiences and hopes. Where key words in haiku can open sensations in our brain, shapes, brush strokes, colour and light can awake feelings that may enlighten us, giving us ideas that we can relate to as ours, as part of our personal journey. Being part of the human tapestry we move forward, searching for a less oppressive space that allows us to be free.