I like working in minimal, experimental, and eclectic with few colors on a wide, quiet white space of my canvas. I don’t do plans, like drawing the subject first hand, but I just let my mind work directly on my artwork. I take inspirations from life’s reflections, my advocacies for healing our environment and myself as a woman. Art is also one of my effective tools for healing and overcoming depression.
I admire the works of a Filipina artist, Agnes Arellano for her wild, surreal life-size sculptures. Classical masters such as Michaelangelo and Johannes Vermmer for their realistic approach, domestic and naturalistic gestures on their works of art. Modern artists such as Frida Kahlo, Andrew Wyeth and Jean-Michel Basquiat for their sense of order, calm, playfulness and chaos. And last but not the least, my mentor, Spanish Artist Gines Serran-Pagan who taught me well about the universe, to be confident and fearless and to believe in the magic of my own artistic talent.