Exhibiting my paintings.
"Olive Trees, A Bridge to Peace"
With Sylvia, Executive Director of Gen Z. With our paintings, Olive Trees, And Sylvia's painting.
"No Way Out"
Acrylic on Canvas.
36 x 48
I paint highly abstracted landscapes that shimmer with an often fluorescent intensity of character....a sense of humor and a great depth of sincerity and boldness.
A love of modernity leads to a continuous dialogue of painted puzzles that refuse all attempts at solution.
I use a unique, distinctive perspective of the land through a particularly bold and striking use of color.
My work is not oriented to deal with specific themes. In a way, the main theme
is the construction of a language and its permanent exploration. Painting
becomes an open space, where images can manifest from the inside out. I always want to enter this space, to know more, to let things happen, and it’s the painting and its dynamism that shows me and directs me. It is more the idea of opening a door, inviting images to come, than the idea of someone trying to say something in a certain way.
The development of the painting and each picture functions like a universe in itself, with many elements coexisting together. The whole movement of painting is a movement of making these elements appear, in a constant search for balance, tension, and equilibrium.
INSIDE THE INEMA ART CENTER
IN FRONT OF THE INEMA ART CENTER, KIGALI, RWANDA
WITH INNOCENCE AND EMMANUEL, OWNERS
INSIDE THE INEMA ART CENTER, KIGALI, RWANDA
SHOWING ARTS AND CRAFTS
Innocence, owner of INEMA ART CENTER, KIGALI, RWANDA. AFRICA
HE IS STANDING IN FRONT OF SOME OF HIS ART WORKS.
WITH EMMANUAL AND INNOCENCE, BROTHERS AND OWNERS OF INEMA ART CENTER, KIGALI, RWANDA. AFRICA