Expect the Unexpected
Taking such a huge step back brought me some perspective about the life I was living in Bali, the Life I want to live and the dreams I am chasing .
And things have changed continuously, some doors closing, some doors opening, and I love the way my life is going.
Originally there were two tracks, two possibilities, for me to keep on my journey, but as the painting evolved, the second track saw no train coming, no schedule, no destination and that leaves me with a major direction taking shape.
This is indeed our beloved little tram station in Lasne, and you can see Lasne Church in the reflection of the windows. On the first floor a couple is meeting secretly, a last encounter before disappearing.
I always start a painting with some ideas, a blur vision and some missing parts, then I start what I already know and at one point, the painting would take over and change the course of the story adding other subjects. And I always loved that side of not knowing what is gonna happen.
The Dream is Alive.
Reproductions are printed on canvas at (80% X 80%) of the original size, already mounted on a stretcher.