I like to tell the human being by trying to paint it as an “interior landscape” and therefore I make human emotional portraits. Sometimes the bodies and the faces are fluid because they dissolve and melt in inks or in watercolors and thus the WATER element captures the lines and the forms to melt them and to create a nostalgia, an interior light, a lymphatic time. Other times, these figures are nestled in more steep, material, terrestrial and rocky surfaces painted in acrylics and, in this case, in the EARTH element I seek reminiscences, atavistic roots, memories. It is a slow, silent path which helps me to probe the human soul and which passes through the FIRE, the sacred fire which takes not only mystics but also artists and poets during the act of creation.