What is my motivation as an artist?

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My motivation as an artist has to do with my intense need to communicate something that only I can do or say. I have a meaning to fulfil through my work, and I am declaring that as an artist that I am responsible for finding answers.

Painting is the best way for me to communicate. I believe that painting and playing with form has the potential to capture the most important kinds of expression. I see it as a foundation for thinking itself and solving life’s complexities.
 
I’m interested in expressing the physical vigour of the human body in the city landscape as a means of exercising the freedom and dynamic expressions of space.  Through my work, I am confident I can widen and broaden the visual field, thereby revealing a whole new spectrum. 
 

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The outcome of my work evokes a surprise and a revelation to me in much the same way as it does to the viewer.  The finished painting is never good enough.  In order to fill this gap, I have the motivated to make another piece of work.
 
Throughout my career, I have tested things out and applied my knowledge. What I learn I will share, from practical advice to techniques and any other information l think might be useful. I will be fighting in the trenches with you, explaining and demystify how an artist can support a creative life.
 

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