What I have in common in all of my artworks is a preference for strong colors and contrasts. As an intuitive and expressive abstract artist I believe in letting go and allowed the current mood to determine the direction. Floral or human-looking elements and figures are often created by painting. During the painting process I enjoy to combine broad brush strokes with thin lines and marks to create many details and a haptic impression. The result are expressionist images that lie mostly at the turning point at which pure abstraction becomes figuration. Because of the many details the viewer is invited to linger longer and take a closer look. My art does not represent any particular art style, so it enables the viewer also to interpret my artworks with their own imagination and their mental and sensual perspective.
A white tulip on a black background is deliberately added to each painting. The white tulip is a symbol of endless love and represents the connection to my father, who was also an artist.