Like most children, my first artistic exposure came at an early age, coloring with crayons and cutting with blunted scissors. These days the use of gluing with flour paste, which my grandmother mixed for me, may not be so common. Through the years I have learned the importance of good tools and the ongoing improvement of skills.
During my childhood, when my time was not spent coloring and pasting, I was outdoors. This formed my interest in nature and color. Watercolor and pastels give me the opportunity to express and experiment with both.
Tranquility is a must in my life, which does not always come easy. Watercolors seemed to help find that serenity. Once a painting has been finished, I hope to evoke a sense of harmony that will be present to the viewer instantaneously.