9. What is the future of your style, how is it going to develop?
My answer is really the same answer as in question 7 ... however, I desire that my linear style allow me to progress from the apparent abitrary lines on paper - to three dimensional
pieces produced in wire ... or something perhaps more organic - such as vines (or other materials ... which are secret - for now ... but may be revealed soon!)
10. What are you working on at the moment?
Graphic Linear experiments based upon more intensive meditations upon specific spiritual encounters ... I am also looking into shamanic drawings as a means of making the works
affect the viewer.
11. What tips do you have for other artists who want to get started?
The same advise I was given when I met an old polish artist in my twenty's. He was very, very prolific! His advise to me was: "If you want to be a real artist then the path is simple for you ... WORK! Even when you do not want to work ... WORK! When you are sick ... WORK! When you are tired ... WORK! When you feel there is absolutely no artistic merit within you ... WORK! WORK! WORK! If you work ALL the time then it will eventually happen that you wil not be able to STOP working!" It is THEN that I believe you truly start to take the dangerous steps towards the labyrinth (that is the labyrinth of creativity OR madness ... and probably a bit of both).