Being creative is part of being alive
Everybody is born an artist. Until they go to school and are asked to fit in a mould. This is usually when the creative spark dies.
It took me quite a while to re-ignite that spark and dare call myself an artist again. I thought you had to have a degree. And maybe you do. I don’t, although I have followed numerous art- and drawing classes.
I believe that you must try many things (and fail often) in order to find what you like. I’m glad I found my voice in what I call intuitive painting.
I paint with no plan but with rules and lots of fun. Layer upon layer, things get processed, translated onto canvas and eventually (sometimes immediately, sometimes only after weeks or months or even years) something happens, intuitively. My paintings create themselves.
I have exposed my art in multiple venues in Luxembourg over the past years, mainly shops, bars, restaurants, doctor’s practices – places I myself go to.
I believe that art should be accessible to all, not only shown in galleries.
I share my passion for painting through workshops in my studio and often find many parallels between art and life and how we move through it.