'Abstract Expressionism' was a school of painting that flourished after WWII until the early 60s. The work was characterized by the view that art is nonrepresentational and chiefly improvisational. In this "Emotions Expressed" collection, no two creations of mine are the same and my work impromptu. My 'blank canvas' starts with a single or multiple exposure, followed with work in the digital studio. There, I can extrapolate on the inner emotions that each image brings to the surface - the kind of meaningful art that I have always wanted to create.