In my work of art I leave my thoughts and they become static to the spectator. My paintings and drawings are based in straight and curved lines which compress the image. As I start making the lines -there is neither a beginning nor an end or gesturer of movement. As the lines continues my conscience travels to another state, where my thoughts become a static line. I intend to provoke a relaxed state for the viewer, where she or he is engaged with the painting or the drawing. The materials that I use for my drawings are handmade paper, acrylic ink and a bamboo stick. The use of handmade materials is very important to me as it creates a organic drawing. In my recent drawings I started to use different mediums and techniques. I want to develop my paintings by using acrylic paint, which I use on wood panels and oil paint – on the canvas. I also started to use the calligraphy oil paint brush which allows me to create thin lines. One of the rewards that I get when drawing is the idea of discovering new shapes which I find fascinating. Keeping a very slow speed allows me to be in control of the brush, it is another story with the paint as this can be very flowing. Another reward that painting brings to my live is the fact that when I get to my comfortable zone, I and the painting become one. Poetry takes over all other thoughts and sometimes I reflect that on my work they can be uplifting or nostalgic. Negative space helps the lines to treat the image equally to create a flat image ,on other hand the lines are like the nerve system. Francis Bacon said once “painting is the pattern of one’s own nervous system being projected on canvas”. The lines will either follow or go against the contour creating the final appearance of the picture. Every time when I make a line on my drawing or painting I let myself go and if I see that the line doesn’t make good harmony with the other I find a way to fix it. To make myself feel better I always keep in mind a quote by Albert Einstein “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new” so I try to accomplish each work allowing “imperfection” to be part of it. I am able to practice without thinking about perfection. Sometimes when I use bright colours it changes the idea that I had and sometimes colours make my drawing more enjoyable.