First I was melancholic, then I was sad, then I found some way to express myself. I was baffled as I didn't understand what I was up to. I called the pieces Untitled and moved on. Making the pieces made me feel in tune with myself and I got inspired and my energy came back. … Continue reading Conclusion – New Life
In my visual language, darkness is not something to be scared about, or something to stay away from. Darkness can be comforting, it is an unknown, but a comfortable or even friendly unknown and this is shown in the warm and rich hues it which it is embedded. In this picture, Coming out of the … Continue reading Coming out of the Dark
I can feel your energy My father was my mentor, the one who really shaped my perspective about life, love and all things abstract. He was also a friend who whom I could debate and learn from life's many lessons. He's given me ambition, thought me how to think out of the box and follow … Continue reading Ode to a loved soul
The second year of my father's passing away is fast approaching. This is bringing a whole new set on unknown emotions to the surface which I am trying to process. Am I feeling melancholic? Am I at peace with his death? I know that I miss him and try to fit his presence in my … Continue reading Connecting Energies
In my visual language, darkness is not something to be scared about, or something to stay away from. Darkness can be comforting, it is an unknown, but a comfortable or even friendly unknown and this is shown in the warm and rich hues it which it is embedded. The second year of my father’s passing … Continue reading A Visual Poem
My darling father has just passed away from a long sickness and as I find myself missing him immensely, I look at the relationship of my own daughter with her father with new eyes. The photos are in black and white to suggest this melancholy that I am feeling.... It's just a moment in our … Continue reading “Bereavement” – Father & Daughter in black&white
2012 was a hard year for me, however it was even harder for my father and my then unborn daughter. It seemed they were not meant to meet each other, and yet they were both determined. They fought hard, they fought for life and they won! Now I look at these photos and feel so … Continue reading GRANDPA LOVE
A set of introspective self portraits depicting the loneliness and doubt associated with the artist's struggle to make the decision.. Light versus dark, stability versus the unknown, reason versus the emotional and intuitive.