As an artist, I navigate the profound journey of loss and healing through vibrant paintings and evocative sculptures. Each piece delves into the complexities of grief, love, and longing, with the colour purple serving as a powerful symbol. It embodies both the deep sorrow of loss and the enduring spiritual connection I shared with my soulmate.

My artistic journey is deeply influenced by my background. Growing up in London’s East End with Portuguese roots instilled in me a strong sense of duality. The bustling energy of the East End, a melting pot of cultures, fuelled a fascination with diverse artistic expression. At the same time, my Portuguese heritage provided a grounding in tradition and symbolism. This fusion of influences is evident in my use of the Portuguese Bull, a recurring motif in my sculptures.

The Bull, a symbol of strength and resilience, becomes a personal homage to my cultural roots and a reflection of the inner strength I’ve discovered on my path of healing.

My exploration of various mediums, from traditional painting to bronze casting and digital creations, reflects my ongoing artistic evolution. Each medium allows me to express different facets of the emotions I explore.

The richness and vibrancy of oil paints capture the passionate love I shared with my soulmate, while the cold, industrial feel of bronze evokes the stark reality of loss. Digital creations offer a space for experimentation and introspection, mirroring the ever-evolving process of healing.

Through my art, I invite viewers to embark on a journey of self-discovery. My paintings and sculptures are not just personal narratives, but invitations to contemplate the universal themes of love, loss, and the human condition. The complexities of existence, the beauty hidden within sorrow, and the intricate layers of identity – these are the elements I weave into my work, hoping to spark emotions and inspire contemplation in those who encounter it.


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