Please tell us more about your working process, routine, your studio set up and the way you approach new artworks.
I often have a wall with just one canvas on it and nothing else. Distractions around the wall are removed from sight. If music is playing, I turn it off. I can then focus my attention on the painting. Recently, I’ve been making sketches before starting on a work. The compositions have become more complex, so it helps to know where everything will go. There are times when I’m in the studio a lot and times when I’m not. The time away is just as important as it helps me to bring back new ideas to the work and it keeps myself from getting stuck in a loop.