"Drawing the invisible allows me to fully concentrate on what I sense. The action itself is merely flowing through my fingers. Sometimes it becomes a dance with moving lines or a story while drawing. Eventually it is a blueprint of the objective and anything that is connected to it."
"My motor to create is curiosity. I follow my instincts and my impulses. At the age of 24 I was a performing actress singing and acting in musical dramas. 10 years later I used my performing skills in front of managers as a team and creative skill trainer. Another ten years later my interests had shifted to systemic and energetically healing methods which sharpened my senses and focus to what I do now. I draw and paint what I sense. As there are no limits to the universal possibilities I never run out of themes or ideas. It is mainly a question of what is appropriate at the time it is created. It can be a healing plant or a certain person, an other painting or a poem a region or a whole continent even another century. Remember? Curiosity is driving me."
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