Keep on gazing
Unworked stones are beautiful. Just as nature, and everything that originates from within itself, that can recognise and look within itself, is beautiful. Why should I destroy something through large-scale sculptural interventions? I prefer to build up a contrast through minimal changes, to place worked and unworked matter in opposition to each another, thereby to point even more emphatically to the original state and create a new kind of unity. And besides: Is there not beauty in everything we “make eyes at”, everything we can regard with a “loving gaze”? Doesn’t our loving gaze create beauty in everything we look at? Perhaps this is the higher form of art: To beautify the world through the love in our gaze.………….keep on gazing!