From analyzed intricate realism to dismantled reduction.
From detailed realistic drawings I find fragments of my body
and reduce it to fundamental abstract sculpture.
My detailed graphite drawings are executed in Michelangelo fashion
yet when translated into sculpture I break the concept down into components
of a generalized modern form of sculpture.
It's the journey from the perfection of realism to the deconstructed sculpture that
shows what my artistic journey and narrative is all about.
My two worlds of realism and abstract cannot survive independent of each other: they are co dependent.
For me I cannot have one without the other.
On a two dimensional plane I am a realist yet on a three dimensional plane I am more abstract.
I cannot get to the level of abstraction in my sculpture without having gone through the two-dimensional detailed realistic images...
It's an obsession of the detail of my own physique that I express and perfect in my drawings...
I am my own muse enamored by the search for perfection with my own physique and I try to capture this in my realistic illustrations.