Everything starts with an impulse. It can be a compilation of events, colors, shapes – even a small pattern seen in the film frame.
The idea is transforming in my head. Working with resin is a very specific thing – it requires a finished project and a particular vision from the artist.
The next step is to make a delicate sketch on the canvas and apply previously prepared color templates. Canvas paintings are made to order because they are specially reinforced.
I apply previously prepared color samples. I still need some time (a look with a “fresh” eye) to make sure about my choice.
In this technique, I can’t just paint over a failed brush stroke, all subsequent movements and layers are well thought out.
Working with resin is a very pleasant process, but not very convenient. The composition of the poured layers is strictly controlled by me. The resin melts on the canvas, creating shapes that I had previously designed, but sometimes it gets out of control creating its own paths, which I accept with humbly, arranging them again in a new composition.