Fine Art Practice

The sustainable and organic approach in my contemporary practice allows me to create work that speaks of nature and our connection to it. Constantly looking for ways to bring the human form closer to the natural world I experiment with textures and materials. My background in Printmaking reflects in my continuous search for ways to imprint nature in my works. Therefore often I execute my project ideas in techniques like casting and natural dyeing. 

The ‘Curcuma longa’  series was created from naturally dyed textiles using compost dye method, allowing fermentation and decomposition to be in charge of extractions of dyes and imprinting them on pieces of fabrics.
‘Untitled’, 2020
wax sculpture, 20 x 23 x 10 cm



‘Curcuma longa II’, 2020
fabric stretched on canvas, 61 x 76 cm



‘Curcuma longa II’, 2020 (back side)
fabric stretched on canvas, 61 x 76 cm



(On left) ‘Curcuma longa I’, 2020 Noren, 93 x 135 cm (On right) ‘Curcuma longa III’, 2020 fabric stretched on canvas, 15 x 21 cm