My still-life ideas come up mainly with the observation of everyday things, sometimes during conversations, when I'm watching a movie,
or scrolling on social media. When I travel, on conversations, before bedtime. Sometimes during a more monotonous meeting. Some are childhood memories. Many times, an artwork appeared ready-made in front of my eyes while I'm cooking.
Because of my architectural background, I like to develop his ideas by making a lot of sketches. Drawing helps me play with shapes using dynamic hand movements, following the speed of my thoughts. In this process, I seek for alignments, work with repetitions, and simplify the composition elements.
Then I decide on the technique to be used: colored pencils, acrylic painting, linocut. But in most cases, I go digital and use the computer or the iPad. I believe that they are great tools to express creativity and produce high-quality art.