I always emphasise the decorative side of my artworks. But as is often the case in life, behind the luxury cover there is something that one had particularly carefully wanted to hide. The beauty captured in my artworks has never existed — it is just a game of consciousness transferred to the material. It is an illusion created with a longing for the past or the never-past.

The figures are connected by thin threads of mutual stories. I suggest to the viewer discover them.

In my artworks, I explore the phenomenon of human identification (including self-identification) through the objects of the material world created or used by them. The study of the "person - artifacts" link led me to the series that depicts the surrounding objects as independent players involved in the story.

In contrast to this solidly existing matter, I pay attention to the imperceptibly passing moments. Shadows, iridescent light, a cloud, a passing glance... For these subjects, I use a different style of painting, as blurred as the captured scenes.

So, my practice is a journey between eternity and a moment, light and shadow, history and the present day, matter and illusion. It's an endless exploration of different spaces, the essence of things, and the depth of human minds.