28.04.2005 to 14.05.2005
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I was born in Buenos Aires at an exciting time. I am travelling all over Europe by train, with my ³Diamonds and Pearls paintings under my arms. The most important message is that my work is like a love affaire with no end, with lots of colours and ³alegria de vivir².
My father is an Austrian and my mother is from Argentina. I am is a mixture of Che Guevara and Mozart. ³I fell felt that I am standing with one leg in the old European culture and with the other in the new and modern of Latin American Consciousness.
My most important message ,which I express through my paintings, to show us ³The happiness of living² as a possibility. Live your life in a Tantra way. I think that we make our own movie everyday... and that we direct our own film. We are the only limitation in our self created film. Some people like horror movies, I don¹t! We must strive to have a good life and care for the Earth as if it were our own baby.
I see my work as a painter like a love affair, where the pictures radiates humour as a gift of mercy. The colours in my paintings come from my heart, rather than from rational thinking. The colours radiate through me and needs to be expressed on canvas!
In our modern society; there appears to be a lack of time.²We have tot give ourselves the time to dream and to live a life with quality.² ³We can have lack of money and still have a life that is enjoyable. It is my humble opinion that when we lack time that we are really mentally poor.
³I like to paint paintings that lift the mind and moves mountains. I have realized the need to return to the basics of humanity.
Some people think that art is expensive, but when you think of it, you realise it is not true because you can enjoy it for a very long time at home or at your workplace.
My inspiration comes from my adventures, when I travelled through Asia-India-Indonesia-Iran-yaya-Africa and South America. Gomera ( Canarias) is the place where I paint and find tranquillity and peace and quietness. The ocean and the sun means a lot to me, and at Gomera there is plenty of both.