"You'd better show in your paintings how man of our times was wolf to other human beings." , Bertolt Brecht
The gestural expressionist sculpture becomes a declaration of faith, as the artist himself professed: "I believe in the power of gesture to become art. I believe in those gestures transmitted from inception of life expressing emotions, feelings, passions, conditions, boundaries. They become lively characters who experience fear, vibrate, light up, give, suffer or rejoice. These kinds of gestures become symbols of either joy or grief, of fear or courage, of blessing or destruction."