My paintings have been influenced by the work of Abstract Expressionist and Impressionist artists. They show feelings, emotions, spontaneity, and creativity that is released as a reflection of both my conscious and unconscious psyche—sometimes from a mystical view. I value artistic freedom and improvisation. While I often begin painting with some ideas in mind, I never know what the final outcome will be until the work is completed. My process of creation is quite free and I discovers the true essence of each painting as I goes along. My main goal is to provide a subtle expression of what I feel or think about events, people, issues, or myself. Even when depicting images based on visual realities, the imagery is always abstract. I use the expressive potential of color in a dynamic balance to convey a range of thoughts and emotions: intelligence, kindness, serenity, happiness, sadness, order, chaos, etc; a peculiar language that speaks about some of the important themes of our lives. In essence, my paintings talk to us about the psychological and moral attitudes that unfold around us.