I use paint to explore the emotive and therapeutic nature of visual art. The magic of what my paintbrush reveals is the doorway to a curious world where my soul is free.

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The Flow of Life

The Flow of Life

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The Flowering Roots

The Flowering Roots

Personal Transformation

Personal Transformation

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Freedom of Expression

Freedom of Expression

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Blossom In The Light

Blossom In The Light

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A piece of art comes to life, when we can feel, it is breathing, when it talks to us and starts raising questions. It may dispel biased perceptions; make us recognize ignored fragments and remember forsaken episodes of our life story. Art may sometimes even be nasty and disturbing, if we don’t want to consent to its philosophy or concept, but it might, in the end, perhaps reconcile us with ourselves.
— Erik Pevernagie
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The Purple Ball - For Naya

The Purple Ball - For Naya

Freedom and Faith

Freedom and Faith

The Universe Within

The Universe Within