Many artists use a variety of complicated philosophical words
and frases to describe their work. So for any of you reading this,
i hope you don't mind if i just cut through the fucking crap,
and i'll be who i am. A rather simple and straight to the point guy.
Unafraid of what others may think of me or my art.
My work has been discribed in many ways. Both positive and negative,
as one would expect. Aggressive, raw, political, provocative and so
on...those seem to feedback more often. I personally, don't see my
work that way, nor do i feel it carries such. I paint what i see. Things
that revolt me. Shit that pisses me off. Things i wish i could change.
Everyday situations that are filtered onto wood, canvas, cardboard or
any materials i may find useful to paint on. But mostly my work is about
honesty. And you can't contain your feelings or be afraid of what others
may think if you want to be totally open and honest.
To me, true art is the art that is straight in your face and fully open
to any kind of criticism. I dont let ego or creticism get between me or
my work. Why should i? Fuck that bitch!
Some people have a diary where they keep all their thoughts locked and
hidden away.You can say that my work is also like a diary, only i use
visuals instead of just pen and paper. And i don't lock those thoughts
away. I show them to the world. Any subject can turn into a painting, a
piece of art, depending of how i feel on any given day. Though in most
cases my work is extremely personal, even if not obvious at first glance.
I am not trying to please anyone with my work. And i couldn't care less
what anyone fucking thinks about it. As an artist, i feel that there are
no rules or barriers that can't be crossed. if those exist in the art world, i
sure break them all, every single time. but not necessarily intentionally.
i break rules because i'm always shearching for answers. art gives you that
sometimes. An answer. A sense of inner peace. A sense of purpose.