As a self-proclaimed artist, with no formal painting brag-file, I use my self-taught approach with techniques not conforming to the fundamental mastering of oil painting or brush stroke skills. Perhaps “rough art” would be the best term to use to describe my body of work. I use a variety of oil and acrylic paints, and in many pieces both! The human body represents the desired object of my artistic inspiration and I strive to immerse my work in the beautiful body form. Driven by emotional accounts, the reflection of the opposite feeling and the translation of her brush with paint on canvas. I often describe my work as unfinished. There is always something missing or lacks an extra depth, shadow or colour, light or texture. I guess it is the” je ne sais quoi” of my work. I seek for no perfection in my pieces, but the absolute pleasure of admiring the flaws as a work of art. Many of the works I have produced have been purely based on my vivid imagination, however as an artist if you lose the vision, the piece is gone. Now the foundation I use is of life art sketches, using charcoal on paper: transferring the image onto canvas… then the imagination begins and brush take over. I would like to think artwork tells a story, mine! A story that is ultimately unfinished as like the essence of every single human on earth. My vision is to challenge viewers to open up their minds and interpret my work in their own creative perceptive.