‘Portraits. I find the human face very interesting. Faces are fascinating and insanely complex and they force me to look at them and study them. I admire the work of Egon Schiele. His lines are beautiful and expressive. You can make two kind of portraits. The portraits where you experience the soul of the person. And you have portraits like the Mona Lisa. Where you need to guess and the emotion is not clear. I prefer the Mona Lisa’s. Is she smiling? Does she look sad? What is she thinking about? I use those kind of portraits and make new image of it. I like to combine and add geometric shapes. It’s my aim to trigger your brain and mislead a little so start to think about the emotions of the portrait.’ @mariekedewin ⠀