When making felt I like colour and structure to have an organic trace, to resemble nature in some way.
Stone has always fascinated me. I’ve painted it on doors and furniture and it’s what I often bring back from a journey. My grandfather was a stone cutter and as a child I spent a lot of time in the Land of stone.
It’s an exiting contradiction that hard stone can form soft lines that look like waves. It stands for something basic and genuine and at the same time man breaks and harvests it to build streets. It is both smooth and hard; both eternal and changeable. Its no coincidence that I had a picture of a Mother Nature Art Piece hanging on my fridge, interpreted by a photographer and now interpreted by a felter.