My style is a blend of vibrant color palettes, emotional expression, and restrained simplicity.
In my artistic journey, I've always been drawn to the intersections where styles merge, revealing new dimensions of expression. This exploration led me to forge a style I've come to term "Expressive Color Minimalism," a synthesis of Abstract Expressionism, Color Field, and Minimalism. It's my unique response to the age-old quest of conveying depth with simplicity.
For me, Expressive Color Minimalism is a process of distillation. I channel the emotional potency of Abstract Expressionism, letting each brush stroke, form, and composition resonate with unspoken narratives. Color is more than a visual element in my work; it's a narrative unto itself, imbued with emotion and depth, echoing the sentiments of Color Field painting. Yet, as inspired as I am by the vibrancy of color and emotion, I'm equally committed to the principles of Minimalism. Every element on my canvas has intention; there's a conscious restraint, ensuring that each hue and stroke serves a deliberate purpose.
In my work, I aim to create a balance between vibrancy and void, between the effusiveness of color and the calm of empty space. It's a dialogue, a dance, a journey that invites viewers to explore their own emotional landscapes while appreciating the nuanced simplicity I strive to present. To me, Expressive Color Minimalism is more than just a style—it's a reflection of my philosophy and vision, a fresh lens through which I interpret the world around me. And with every piece, I hope to share a part of this vision, offering new perspectives and evoking deep, often unspoken, emotions.