Talci Walci creates evocative, intricately structured paintings of graphic orientation, whereby the imagery is formulated digitally from highly considered arrangements and superimpositions of linear shapes, before being further developed into compositions that exude qualities of emotive and expressionist appeal. His works are essentially a presentation of design ideas that reverse the abstract tradition of reducing an image down to unrecognizable form. Instead, he employs a building-up process of pictorial elements that often hover on the point of recognition.
Characterized by innovative composition, Talci Walci's paintings deftly combine representation and abstraction, draughtsmanship and colouration. Some of his canvases feature atomised forms, whilst others have a more densely overlaid appearance where it is possible to pick out figurative elements. Some works also exhibit either geometric or organic tendencies, yet the gesturalism is very highly-controlled.
Although the visual language inherent in his works is open to individual viewer interpretation, Talci Walci chooses to title his paintings - intrinsically to signify reference, rather than appending them all as 'untitled' or with a characterless numbering system. His choice means that clues are provided about the artist's own perception of each work, such as any thematic orientation and associated deliberations of colour and painterly finish.