First of all, can you introduce yourself?
I have been painting almost every day for about 6 years. During this time, I freed myself and tried to create my own technique. I do abstract works by focusing on colors and forms.
Are there any artists who inspire your designs? If yes, who are the ones that affect you the most?
There are many artists I admire, but my favorites are; Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankentheler, Cy Twombly.
Could you briefly inform us about the emergence and production processes of your designs?
Sometimes in a few hours, I do several pictures at once. Sometimes it takes days and weeks to complete a painting. If I didn't enjoy the process when I finished the painting or I couldn't communicate with the final version, I don't share it.
How do you ensure to be original in a production and consumption cycle where everything is the same?
When I paint, I only focus on that moment. I need to get rid of the world, what I see, what I know. So I can paint places, people, and moments that never happened.
What would be your advice to young designers who want to establish their own local brand?
You have the power to do whatever you want. Find that exciting thing in you and go after it.
And on this path, be steady and patient.