Water has no bones...
"In the past years, I have become intensely interested in the relationship between construction and deconstruction of ideas in our lives. Without this constant energy and ability to deconstruct, we have no room in our psyche for creating new avenues.
I like to think of my life as a giant sandbox where I can welcome everyone to come play with me. In playing together, we establish dialogue that feeds our imagination.
In “Water is a Color”, as in life, I cannot control or take responsibility for the water’s interaction with the pigments. At best, I can only create an environment where they are free to interact and create their own story.
Water has no bones.
Flowing water and color.
Welcome to my table of life".