My days are mostly filled with activities of domestic life at home. While I'm painting, I think about how I become truly free from the fear of limitedness, from scarcity and entrapment by time, space and from the material things of here and now.

Through painting, I hope to find out why particular things or objects out of familiar, ordinary things and random objects, like the round clock, the small red table and yellow chairs, cups, dice, pomegranates and pears, dragonflies, seagulls speak to my heart in mysterious ways. I realize that those mundane, overlooked things around me might be able to say something about me, my life and my inner heart and dreams which have been hidden to me for so long.

Through painting, I try to speak order in chaos, balance and harmony in the fragmented, wholeness in the brokenness, truth in this life given to me. In this way, I hope maybe to find out what this longing for adventure and freedom is all about, and what dream God might be putting in the deepest parts of my heart.