I surprised myself when I named the painting like that, because the painting is gentle. The composition is loose and again, my hand was making a puzzle, my intuition was whispering where the brushstroke should continue, where it should end. And in terms of color, something must have been ‘bubbling’, adding up inside of me. It is up to the viewers themselves to decide whether they see goodness, anger or the feeling of warmth. The gaze goes ahead, the eyes are looking for something over the horizon. It is an interesting state when you don’t know when to finish the painting, when to stop. Then you do it forcibly and think that only the time will show what is this, how many more times I have to paint it. But I don’t dare to paint this painting any further. Inner Rebellion was a very good try.

Oil on canvas.

70 cm x 90 cm