Caribbean, I live like my morning sun that adorns the sky with its colors; the sunset that sets it ablaze for the dance of the night. It is as I am, fire and water which drains me like the trade winds; the cyclone it erects in my being, a modern animism that has as its frontier only the horizon of my senses and perceptions. When my ground vibrates, it is to set my senses ablaze, not inert, but always in the constancy of the inconstant. My earth is my base of reflections and points of view in their multiple diversities. To paint is to express the reflection of the living; to discern the invisible by the movement, in the movement of forms and colors; to learn how to live the harmony in the same space by adopting the attitude of diversity and to understand that the ALL is already there.”