My paintings and objects are a psychological journey through the human soul. I work in series, as all my works are part of my process to overcome the mechanisms of my mental illness. I am inspired by the nature that surrounds me, my extensive readings on psychotherapy and my own experiences with therapy. I create abstract acrylic and oil paintings, which become more and more figurative as I advance in my mental development. Colors are a key factor to understanding my work. Red is my color for pain. Blue is Sadness and Depression. Yellow stands for Sickness. Green is the newest color in the palette: the Unknown, Change. My mission is to learn and understand more of myself, to visualize what many people have no words for, to overcome my mental struggles, to be true to myself, and to show others they can do so too.