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Anita Le Sech ART Habens Its all about timing. I usually start to create a picture in my mind, swapping and changing the dimensions of paint as I go along until I can visualise what I want to achieve. The blank canvases around me are a constant reminder that I start to use them and after a few days I put ideas to canvas usually by deciding what materials I will use to make the painting 2 dimensional. Colours and strokes come immediately once the materials have dried. In particular, are your works painted gesturally, instinctively? Or do you methodically transpose geometric schemes from paper to canvas? My paintings are instinctive for sure, as they come in my dreams or dependent where I have been, they are ingested instantly in my memory ready for me to create onto canvas. Occasionally I envisage the end result ie what I want it to look like but most of the time i create an idea as I go along which is very exciting. I think any piece of Art that an artist produces certainly is a vision into their soul. I don’t think there is any way of avoiding this openness to its viewer because then it would not be the real artists work. I think it has to be 100% from the artist to its creation which in turn it will be up to the viewer to analyse. There is definitely a central idea to my works, and that is namely “Connection”. Everyting must connect with each other in some way or other. My paintings are NOT autonmous nor are they systematic. My works generally have a never ending connection like a “Continium” . All the materials I use must work well together. Cement especially has its own life, as some of it crumbles away from the canvas once it has dried, giving the works a sense of self destruction, therefore creating its own form and pattern on the canvas that was not produced by myself consciously. Fibre Glass resin provides a shine, like a sheet of glass that protects its colours and 21 406 Special Issue Anita Le Sech ART Habens I think any piece of Art that an artist produces certainly is a vision into their soul. I don’t think there is any way of avoiding this openness to its viewer because then it would not be the real artists work. I think it has to be 100% from the artist to its creation which in turn it will be up to the viewer to analyse. Its all about timing. I usually start to create a picture in my mind, swapping and changing the dimensions of paint as I go along until I can visualise what I want to achieve. The blank canvases around me are a constant reminder that I start to use them and after a few days I put ideas to canvas usually by deciding what materials I will use to make the painting 2 dimensional. Colours and strokes come immediately once the materials have dried. There is definitely a central idea to my works, and that is namely “Connection”. Everyting must connect with each other in some way or other. My paintings are NOT autonmous nor are they systematic. My works generally have a never ending connection like a “Continium” . In particular, are your works painted gesturally, instinctively? Or do you methodically transpose geometric schemes from paper to canvas? My paintings are instinctive for sure, as they come in my dreams or dependent where I have been, th ^H\H[\Y[[H[^HY[[ܞHXYH܈YH˜ܙX]H۝[\ˈ\[ۘ[HB[\YHH[\[YH]H[]ZH][وH[YHHܙX]B[YXH\H[ۙX\\B^][˂[HX]\X[H\H]\ܚ[]\[Y[\XX[H\]ۂYK\YHو]ܝ[X\]^HBH[\ۘH]\YY ][BܚH[Hو[\X[ۋ\YܙHܙX][]ۈܛH[]\ۈH[\]\XYH^\[ۜ[\KXB\\[ݚY\H[KZHHY]و\]X]\[B XX[\Y