Material objects have had a special meaning to me since my childhood when old things and art works seemed exiting and different, which later in life led to a need of designing and making objects of my own. Longing of esthetics, playing with forms and a demand of creating objects that brings joy to life describes the philosophy behind my creative process. The visual outcome is a mixture of figurative and abstract elements.

Ceramics is the material that I mostly use. In my works craftsmanship, fine art and design come together spontaneously. My sources for inspiration are many, but a lot of it basically comes from everyday life and what is going on in the world. By abstracting the reality, my works become small narratives of life. I like to describe them as visual poetry of the relationship between human and environment – private and public.

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