o me, drawing means thought closely tinged with emotions; it is like a powerful, mysterious way of going deep into ideas. It is the only way I can delve into a world that I only find as I draw, with the sole aid of pencils, quills and charcoal.
Each encounter with an image demands my full commitment to the task; every one of my drawings is a part of my life, as if it were the truest piece of my own self. Because of the truth embedded in such values I think of it as universal, for true Art does not merely reflect back on the artist.
Drawing is not illustration; I feel that exchanges with other cultures are really important for the development of our own image at the same time as they shape up the concept of Art every artist should achieve.