“I believe that over the years a painter acquires a skill like a violinist who can play without looking at the strings or like an acrobat who, while walking on the stretched rope, looks like he is on a steady street. You make an effort to learn to walk, to balance, just like when you ride a bike, at first you fall and then you ride with no hands on the wheel. It’s craftsmanship. I, of course, prefer the effort that is being made and for the world to see the fight you put into it. A project, e.g. a skilful project is not complete because the way it’s done is more visible “.