KM’s watercolours want to be art for the eye. The attentively chosen colours, and the lovingly chosen landscapes, nevertheless remain ciphers, leading us to vantage points, to insular places where people built houses, friendly nature as home and backdrop. His watercolours manage almost without spatial perspective. They are deliberately intended to have a two-dimensional effect, similar to carpets or fabric patterns. Decorative Impressionism’ would be an appropriate style description. What KM does not paint holds the drawings together: white spaces.
People do not appear, probably because they always carry conflicts.