Oil on paper
56cm x 78 cm
When I sat at work, my mind’s eye often had drawn one landscape of delphiniums on pieces of paper with a simple ballpoint pen, and it is nowadays I deeply regret that all those countless pieces disappeared. I want to have a few more. There is something special about the sparkling landscape. To create means to express what is inside of you. Composition is the ability to put in order different elements of a vision to express your feelings. The main task of colour, meanwhile, is to serve ‘eloquence’. This ‘eloquence’, for me it lies in passions, which suddenly shine on my face or usher themselves in a violent emotional movement.
Mishima Yukio wrote, “It is one thing if an artist fakes reality, and it comes a completely different one if a common dweller deceives, because the artist leads astray to reveal the fullness of truth, and a common dweller — to hide it from others.”