When I roam through nature and let the squares work on me, I often see untouched, ancient places and landscapes in my mind's eye . The desire is then great to make these places tangible and so I try to seize the place, the mood and charisma as much as possible and to incorporate them into the design process. It is very important to me to create a connection between atmosphere and tangible details.
For some of my works, I developed a “relief technique” to give them more depth and liveliness. I model parts of the picture beforehand and only paint them afterwards. This three-dimensional image changes the image depending on the viewing angle. From acrylic colors, colored pencils to effect colors, everything is used.
I personally find it sad and terrifying how little untouched nature we still have. Another concern of my art is to open my eyes to nature again. I approach this topic only from a very personal emotional direction and not from a scientifically sober point of view. We can only protect nature if we learn again to build a relationship with it and to feel it. For me, nature is more than just an economic mass; for me it is animated ... and I try to express this with my art.