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As an artist, I am drawn to the concept of home and the feelings of comfort and warmth that it provides. I believe that a home should be a sacred space where one can exist honestly and calmly.

Through my paintings, I strive to contribute to this feeling of coziness in the homes of their owners. I imagine my paintings as an integral part of the home, adding to the ambiance and overall feeling of comfort.

During the introverted creative process, I often talk to my paintings as if they are alive.


However, I understand that they have a life of their own and are not truly mine. I trust that the right person will find them at the right time, and that they will bring joy and comfort to their new home.

Overall, my goal as an artist is to create paintings that evoke a sense of comfort and calmness, and that contribute to the feeling of home for those who own them.

UPDATE (2021):

After I read Ernest Becker's - Denial Of Death I am now convinced that I started making art as a way to cope with my own mortality. 

Rank asked why the artist so often avoids clinical neurosis when he is so much a candidate for it because of his vivid imagination, his openness to the finest and broadest aspects of experience, his isolation from the cultural worldview that satisfies everyone else. The answer is that he takes in the world, but instead of being oppressed by it he reworks it in his own personality and recreates it in the work of art…

Ernest Becker discussing Otto Rank in The Denial of Death

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