Your work looks intuitive and feminine. This closely also applies to color. Nevertheless, fleeting signs of contradiction are evident, for example, in more expressive forms, shapes… How much does that reflect your personality?
Intuitive, that’s right, I try to let myself go as much as possible when I sketch. Left-handedness, holding my pencils in a way that is not natural to me, is a process that amuses me and forces me to stop being always under control.
Feminine, less so. My paintings’ stories and landscapes don’t address a particular genre, and pigment doesn’t predestine for me.
What’s your painting routine? Do you paint every day, and where?
The compositions are made in two stages: some automatic drawings, sometimes geometrical, angular, or organic. Then I dive back into it, probably digest it, and explore colors. Have my feelings changed? Will I understand them differently? Then I try to bring it all together.
Which is your favorite RECO bag and why?
Reco has a whole collection of exceptional bags! I was immediately won over by the shapes, colors, textures, and sustainability! The Rombo style is very impactful and cheerful, as it is the Didi style, with its ultra-graphic line and color that can easily be matched with any outfit.
Which artist should everyone know and why?
Helen Frankenthaler is an artist I like very much, both for her spontaneity and her freedom.