Painting abstracts is a risk. It is “you-like-it-or-not”. I strive to be childlike and bare-naked with what comes from inside of me and take the full risk. That often means I stare at the blank canvas for hours only to say “enough” and go into flow to create something I have no idea what happens. Most of the time I fail. Big. And then something good happens. Yet sometimes, I have an idea, a colour, a line I want to draw and the rest just comes.
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