In 2016 I added linocut printmaking to my illustration practice, in opposition to mass produced digital art and reproductions. 

Structure of paper, texture of ink and imperfections of each print in my limited editions are a nod to the audience, who deserves unique artworks, rather than machine produced copies. This is the approach, which I acquired through my family relations with Japan, where and artist is a humble artisan and the maker of objects of ultimate beauty. 

On a deeper level, I am communicating ideas of spirituality in human relations and the mystical powers of nature. My art draws inspiration from post-war Japanese printmaking and posters, European Symbolism and Ancient Greece but most of all, from being a mindful observer of life.

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