/abstract artworks, mixed media & resin on canvas/
The word "Light" holds an extremely positive power in itself. It is the intangible energy that underlies our existence. One of the main characteristics of light in terms of perception by the human eye is color.
For Kandinsky, color is both form and content, it is a tool, not a means of expression. Its psychological and even physical impact is well known. In chromotherapy, for example, colored light can have a particular effect on the entire human body. In general, color is a tool that has a direct effect on the soul.
Very close to my sensitivity is the understanding that the harmony of colors must be based on the principle of the appropriate touch of the human soul. But every human soul is unique, it feels and perceives the world in its unique way. In this case, the challenge for the artist is exceptional. Conveying a personal emotion and history to the viewer through color is a special kind of experiment.
Intuition is leading in "listening" to the music of color. The shape follows the process as I build successive layers of lines, intertwining and influencing each other, to achieve a rich interaction of color, shape and rhythm.
I try to create a sense of space and movement, of a "self-organizing" system. The use of a specific technique (epoxy resin) to isolate the painting layer is a particularly sought-after effect. This creates a kind of a "distance" between the viewer and the surface of the canvas (painting), just as light can be seen but cannot be touched. Starting from the physical meaning of the concept of "Light" to reach its mystical and spiritual essence.
/pop art artworks, mixed media, collage & acrylic on canvas/
My "City series" of stylized flowers, hearts or purely geometric compositions have metaphorical, poetic and lyrical meaning and are inspired by my travels to world-famous metropolises such as Paris, New York, London and other equally exciting cities.
I like to tell stories experienced from these places, but in poetic form and without emphasizing a specific event.
I play with symmetries and volumes to enliven these specific mounted puzzles. My collages are a mixture, "patchwork" of "found" old and new tickets, postcards, stickers, flyers and other, and of course captured by my camera fragments from the urban environment.
This imaginary journey takes us to street names, shop windows and iconography of famous landmarks, put all together on the canvas with my own, unique "patina" technique.
I try to capture the mood of the moment, the motion, the rhythm of life as well as the trails of the past, the history of the place that remains.
I would like to take the freedom to everyone to make their own journey, to discover their street, to return to their thoughts and memories in these magic places they have once been ...