Art is a reflection of an internal reality and should intrigue and hopefully uplift the spirit, emotions, and mind. I try to achieve it through the medium of the abstract painting that displays the mixture of multiplied grids and translucent layers of colours.
I utilise a technique of complex and meticulous processes of repetitive "taping, layering, and wiping" to assemble colours, texture, and improvised visual.
The purpose is to engage the viewer subjectivity and encourage his or her individual interaction along with the format of the work and the surroundings.
I believe that the way we perceive the artwork depends on the interaction between our inner experiences and the external physical factors like light, reflection, and time etc. Artwork becomes meaningful only when one encounters emotional contact with it.