I am exploring forms in a quest that embraces the liminal state. Liminal spaces exist in the ambiguity between dreams and reality. They become transitional spaces where curiosity, questioning and imagination take place. My work evokes a sense of movement in a state of stillness. It’s the space, the in-between, the meeting-point and overlap of ideas, the fluid stillness, the familiar yet unfamiliar, the uncanny yet intimate. These redolent, surreal landscapes are immersed in a dreamlike atmosphere that stimulate the innate imagination of the observer. Suggestive interpretations trigger them to question what they see while they reimagine the world around them.