I don't set out to produce art about one subject or another. I consider myself to be a “free spirit” as the same applies to my art. I usually don't plan things in advance; I just let it happen—sometimes waiting, sometimes wandering around until the right moment arrives. It arrives when I feel the energy, accumulated from that precise time and place, in my body. Then I immediately start a performance. It is a temporary mobile temple that I establish.
Most of my pieces come from a peaceful mind state which I hope will radiate through my art in which the viewer can feel. I believe in positive vibes and peaceful thinking, something I think the world needs a little more of and I do my best to incorporate these energy’s into my work. The concrete, repetitive nature of this work frees my imagination and provides many opportunities for happy accident and grace to influence the finished product.
Influences: My influences are first and foremost everything I see, feel and experience. There are many different factors that move me. To name a few, I am very heavy influenced by other artist whom friendships I hold close. Mher Harutyunyan with “Inlight Studios”, Al Scholl, the girls at “Haven Art Studio”, Chris Morphis at “Morphis Art” and “Dabble Art Studio” for all the hard work they do to keep art alive in the young souls of our next generation.
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