feast of immagination
My painting is an unrecognized world of imagination, where abstraction is mixed with surrealism and shows real emotions in unreal places beyond time.
I think about how in the future I will stand in front of my own painting and throw the excited but casually “this is it”. Or maybe that day will never come, and I will continue to wave my brush full of naive hope, like a child from years ago, that little naive boy who believed.
>> SEE BIO <<
“I am moving tirelessly in this direction, towards a perfect visual materialization of a perfect vision. It will be a long way, perhaps it will last a lifetime. One thing is certain, that is my goal. They appear like an impenetrable plateau with white earth and black skies. I carry these visions in moments of peace, while contemplating my own ideas or browsing through old sketches. “
>> EXHIBITIONS’ REPORTS<<
“I often hear the question, what does my picture mean, what is painted there? There are two reasons why I don’t want to answer these questions or I just can’t. My paintings encourage the viewer to interpret themselves. paints and a brush, you can almost always interpret it in a different way. You can see it by asking yourself the question: do you feel comfort and hope when looking at this painting, or anxiety and fear? Or maybe something else? What color is love? “