All I dream of is seeing my art on the walls of beautiful buildings, coinciding with architecture, or on swanky restaurants' walls or in modern art galleries. It's not much to ask, is it?
When I grew up, I always wanted to be a rock star but never got that far. I spent many years working abroad, in Hungary, the Czech Republic and the U.S.A.
I started painting when I was 31 while I was in America. I loved the feeling I had when I did it and, apart from a couple of setbacks I haven't stopped since. I feel at one with the paint, the canvas and a brush and the ideas come from me with a certain amount of spontaneity and a great deal of emotion. I usually have an idea of colours and a basic shape or shapes in my head, but the rest just comes.
In 2007, I won International Artist of the Year, in the abstract category, which I am quite proud of, but I'm not in MoMA yet. I want to go there, that's a dream, and to the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao.
I am now back to my roots in England, and I continue to paint and create. I hope you like what you see.