Visual artist, art teacher and art critic from Finland. What interest me in art making is how perception molds and works with different contours, layers and shapes. English philosopher Edmund Burke considered that confusion add impact on picture. In art and life gloomy, unstable and confused impressions are capable of evolving stronger emotions than clear ones. I paint landscapes and people. Play between light and shadow, gloomy and sharp, give an opportunity to awake and see familiar in a different way. Sometimes sketchy reveals more atmosphere, mood and expression than strict realism. While painting, I simplifie and use accident. Brush strokes form peculiar fragments and add mysteriously lively inaccuracy. Ragged shadows and light merge expanding and withdrawing forms to contemplate.