November News

Since the end of "Elements" exhibition I have been busy working on my MAFA course in Cheltenham. I always wanted to go deeper on the meaning of my work and be pushed in places where I wouldn't go. So it is now happening and it is a very exciting journey, reading and informing myself is very important as the skill (or craftsmanship) needs that support to be able to better communicate our creativity. So now I am realising there two type of work that I make: the commercial and the conceptual which is less commercial. However when I look at my representational work,  I see the artist enjoying the creative process with experimental attitude and yes, I had terrific time in the making. Here are some examples of that "fun":