Beginning a sculpture, my motivation and the pleasure I obtain are linked to a process of discovery and intuitive search.
I don’t know what will emerge, as this is not reproducing a preconceived form, or following a specific idea. It is guessing a path through a shapeless material, wandering so that a structure emerges, advancing towards a form between solids and void, shadows and light.
Dreaming and interpretation are the essence of the emotion I feel while unveiling little by little the surface and heart of a stone.
Technical mastery must guide the gesture that shapes, the hand that cuts, grinds, chisels, polishes, and the eye that watches, assesses and makes changes.