“In a year, the room will be filled with your drawings.”
Courtesy of the artist.
Imagine this: You’re going to be confined in a small room with only the bare essentials to survive. Perhaps, you’ll be able to spend a week there somehow. On the eighth day, paper and crayons will be provided. Then what? You’ll no doubt begin to draw–vigorously and intently. In a year, the room will be filled with your drawings. The world created through them is completely unrelated to what we know as “conventional art” but is actually an expression welling up from your subconscious that has always been inside you. And, that precisely is what my art stands for.
*** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts Magazine is published by Abraham Lubelski. Sponsored by Broadway Gallery, NYC and World Art Media.