Al Masson’s artistic journey is marked by an unwavering refusal to be confined to a single artistic genre. He embraces the dichotomy of focusing on form, color, and composition while simultaneously engaging in creating installations that “decorate” a space with an assortment of objects and artworks. Masson also harbors a deep-rooted inclination to draw as a means of storytelling, allowing him to convey imaginative and humorous ideas through the sheer joy of drawing.

He identifies himself as a storyteller, questioning the need to restrain this natural impulse to draw and narrate stories. Masson believes in the boundlessness of art, allowing himself to explore various artistic paths, thus discovering more about himself and his surroundings. This approach enables him to channel authenticity, ensuring a harmonious relationship between the different facets of his work.