Process

All of my paintings are oil on canvas and are unique. They are all made from scratch. I feel that I have more flexibility working this way. I can pick, try and adjust different materials. I stretch my own raw canvases, prime them and let them dry a few weeks until they are ready for painting. I also like to make my own paints, but I occasionally buy one or two paint tubes. Once the painting is done I like to give it a final layer of varnish (which I also make) for protection and evenness.

If desired I can also frame a painting, which I usually do it in a “floating” contemporary style frame in gray, a neutral color that works well with my artworks.

Art prints are made on high quality archival paper and inks, meaning they will last a long time and will not yellow. I use MOAB Entrada matte paper, which is a smooth and thick white paper. I also use a professional Canon Pro 9000 Mark II printer and archival Canon inks. Every print is personally made by me, one by one.