I spent much of my childhood playing or working in the shop with my father. Although I never considered becoming a bookbinder, the years of intimate contact with that craft provided me with skills and experience which I continue to draw upon.
The first exhibition I had was in 1967. At that time I was
learning how to make prints all on my own. Later I began to paint
and explore different materials and techniques in painting and
sculpture as well as computer art.
Now I am back again in printmaking. And at the moment it is quite enough for me exploring and develloping the woodcut technique combining several stocks and colours.
I use in my working process new and old technques
combined. Digital photography processed in various ways, transferred to
photo polymer plates and stocks, hand printed in old fashion way.
As for the content of my work I beleive that it is very much the
same. It has to do with our conception of time.