Empathy and detachment
In abstract representations of faces, resemblance becomes secondary. The face is present, but mostly represents personal expression, with few references to the original subject. However, I am often inspired by my somatic features or by the faces I see in everyday life or in photographs. In these cases, the faces I see only give me an idea, an inspiration from which I can let go freely, without being bound by the detailed representation of the subject. I love exploring different techniques and tools to create unique and authentic signs, maintaining the freshness and spontaneity of the creative process. In my works, I express the empathy that I have within me, and through the other, show the infinite aspects that are present in me, reflecting human universality.
“Art is Life and Life is Art”