I have always had immense admiration and interest in the mysteries of the ancient world's unknown stories. My work often embodies the cumulative time and reimagining the long-forgotten stories.
I mostly working with clay, hydro stone and more recently, cement as my sculpting mediums. I like the plasticity of the clay, the similarity of the hydro stone to marble and the concrete's physical and visual properties. Some concrete pieces are directly built onto wire support and others are first sculpted into clay, to create a urethane mould, then cement cast into the mould.
The subject of my paintings often reflects the decaying past using heavy paint to achieve the effect of crumbling time.