For me, painting is a way of creating a dialogue with reality. Topics that are trivial at first glance can hide multiple senses and symbols and contain versatile values.
I try to follow nature which is the essence of a human being – diverse, powerful and ambivalent. I find balance between tangible and abstract things, realism and dreams, geometric and shapeless objects. Painting, despite its limitations, is a perfect form of expression for me. It can express knowledge and emotions. A variety of experiences keep me from thinking about just one technique or aesthetic. I use various methods not just for experimentation’s sake, but to highlight the unevenness of the world; I thrive to express this in my paintings.
Creation teaches humbleness and I don’t want to keep my creations just to myself.