Artist & Instructor

I’m passionate about art and helping others unleash their creativity.

I was born in 1991 in Türkiye, Istanbul. When I was just a year old, my family moved to Munich, Germany, in search of a better future.

Growing up in Munich, I studied German Studies and explored different fields of work, including IT, social work, and cultural exchange.

Teaching was never part of my original plan, but as time went on, I discovered a genuine love for sharing knowledge. In 2016, I made the decision to return to Türkiye and pursue my career there.

In the vibrant art and creative scene of Istanbul, a city spanning two continents, I had the incredible opportunity to immerse myself in diverse art movements and materials that reflected the richness of cultures, people, and perspectives. It was during this time that I discovered Ebru. Driven by ambition and passion, I quickly mastered various techniques of Ebru art. Over three years of dedicated exploration, Ebru became an inseparable part of my life. Since then, my goal has been to share my knowledge of Ebru and make the experience of painting on water accessible to everyone.


South Africa is a vibrant tapestry of colors and cultures that captivates the senses. In the heart of Cape Town, you can truly immerse yourself in its diversity, experiencing a vibrant blend of sights, scents, and people.

The art and design explosion that is happening in recent years in Cape Town is the product of a series of key art practices that not only caught the attention of local art aficionados but also manufactured ripples which are strong enough to invite the attention of curators, gallery owners, art collectors and art critics from all over the globe.

The Artist Editorial

During my vacation in Cape Town in 2018, I spent time with a diverse group of people. Interacting with creative individuals, musicians, and artists made me feel like I had found my true home. The genuine sincerity and openness of the people allowed me to freely express my artistic identity. It was then that I decided Cape Town was the ideal place to share my art journey and continue growing in the beautiful art of Ebru.

I am located in a green spot in Hout Bay, a fantastic seaside neighborhood where Kramer&Son and I share the premises. Kramer & Son is dedicated to traditional wood craftsmanship and makes select limited edition pieces. This is also where the custom wood frames for the Ebru artwork are crafted.

Our space is a peaceful oasis surrounded by nature. Here, you can enjoy stunning artworks amidst the soothing presence of birds and trees. It’s not just about admiring the art, though. You’ll also have the chance to learn about traditional Ebru art, expand your horizons, and experience the joy of creativity firsthand. Through it all, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the role art plays in society.


Harmony of frame and artwork

The frame holds equal importance to the artwork it showcases. A plastic frame cannot do justice to a good artwork. We firmly believe that the frame is not merely a vessel for the artwork, but an artistic creation in itself. Wood, being a natural material, is the preferred choice for framing. There is something inherently special about wood. Each piece possesses its own distinct character, shaped over time by the seasons and its growth.

In our collaboration with Kramer&Son, we sought to emphasize the significance of framing by pairing it with the artwork titled “Awakening.” This union beautifully highlights the interplay between the frame and the art, creating a harmonious and captivating composition.

Ebru offers us to create extraordinary art and experience unique way of painting. This special form of art has been part of the UNESCO Intangible World Heritage since 2014.