It is in minimalism where I find the richness of impressions.
In my photos, I capture carefully thought-out colours and arrangements in frames, I draw my photographs intuitionally but consciously at the same time.
In ceramics, I experience the matter, I touch the space. I shape by winding down.
I change the evanescent thoughts into a simple form of visible interpretation.
It is not uncommon for a sculpture to prompt a statement made by a picture the same as an idea of a picture is frequently an inspiration for a piece of ceramics. Therefore, these two disciplines intertwine and create one harmonious whole.