Lives and Works: Bandung
In his early years as an art student, there were developments of decorative and figurative drawing, shifting between pop art and bizarre illustration often taking inspiration from collage or dada. Since then his works changed into more automatic drawing/painting approach with various abstract shapes. During that time after many experiments, his curiosity towards abstract expressionism made him focus more on painting.
Aver's interest in painting was to build viewpoints of nature and human living. To portray how emotion of things looks like using various brush technique, white space reduction, and combination of subtle or trembling line strokes.
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