A lot of the images in my painting emerge from metaphors. These metaphors develop in my painting as an expression, a language of sorts. As a visual artist, I have always been intrigued by this language of painting and how it differs from a spoken one. I particularly relish conceptualising and effecting the inter-dependency of my thoughts with the visuals during the act of creating. And how, in the process of creating a work of art, the flamboyancy of the painting's visual form can often supersede its verbal counterpart. The story morphs itself in these daubs.