If commercialization is putting my art on a shirt so that a kid who can't afford a $30,000 painting can buy one, then I'm all for it.
I've always wanted to work for Walt Disney. That's what I thought I was going to do when I grew up.
I think you have to control the materials to an extent, but it's important to let the materials have a kind of power for themselves; like the natural power of gravity, if you are painting on a wall, it makes the paint trickle and it drips; there is no reason to fight that.
See, when I paint, it is an experience that, at its best, is transcending reality.
When it is working, you completely go into another place, you're tapping into things that are totally universal, completely beyond your ego and your own self. That's what it's all about.
I have been enlightened. I have fallen into poetry and it has swallowed me up.