Euphoria is a work that for me is actually a symbol of an uncomplicated expression. A recognizable pathos of the raised arms that we read as something extraordinary. The way it is painted also correspond to its nature, it is a painterly sketch where each colored line contributes to the expression of enthusiasm. Especially the childlike way the dots are placed makes the exuberance perhaps just a little too edgy. Yet it is this what I cherish in me, that impulsive quick first immediate childlike impression. An open image, due to the confusing element at the bottom of the painting, which does resemble a lemon. It is subconsciously perhaps a reference to the equally intense, unambiguous flavor and color that a lemon has as a feature. In touch, for me, is getting in touch with our uncomplicated dotting or primal pathos of the raised arms, a childlike exuberance expressing celebration of our self and life, euphoria namely.