When I graduated university, I felt a little bit lost. Dot.art is a kind of meditation for me and a new path that I am taking on my journey through art. I’ve started with dotting people. But with no faces. The focus should be on the movement of the clothes, which are pushed along by wind or water. That was how I felt – I had reached a point in life at which I have to think about where the wind/water should carry me.
So lately, I’ve been falling in love with details more and more. Dot, dot, dot until the big picture emerges. I love to play with the light, so that’s why I’m staying with black and white. The focus is on the details, movement, and composition. The reason why I’ve decided to dot animals is that I’m always looking for inner peace. I’m spending a lot of time on an artwork. And of course, I’m thinking about a lot of things while doing this. And I found out about myself that I feel more peace and happiness by dotting animals, because in nature, there is no good and evil. Everything is as it should be. It’s pure and it’s natural.
I hope to spread more love and peace through my artwork.
By the way, the numbers I have written on the artworks are the amount of hours I’ve spent working on each piece.
I used DIN A2 and A3 paper and A4 (white, 180g/m2) and fineliner (0,1mm and 0,3mm) of Faber-Castell, black