I am a multidisciplinary equine artist, and use photography, video, painting, drawing, metal and 3D objects to create artworks. Most of my work is completely self-made, but with some photos and videos I have the help of others, as I am in the image myself and can’t direct the equipment.
The primary focus of my art is about the relationship between horses and humans, and how a synergy can form between two completely different beings. The feeling I have when I am with my horse, the unity, the melting together, like a dance that suddenly forms. In most of my work I research how to capture that feeling, and how to take the audience with me in that feeling. Capturing the essence of my horse in paint, her movement, colour and studying her fur coat. Or capture our dance on camera…
In some other works I research shamanism and its relation with horses, or the meaning of the horse in the current age versus the old days. With horsehair and metal, most of the times in abstract forms. Horses were very important in the old days, and still are in some Siberian Shaman cultures.
The subject Horse (just like Art) is something that has always been present in my life. That those two subjects mixed and formed together as one was only natural. My horse is my passion and my endless source of inspiration for Art.