“My paintings recreate the space of their origin and pull their viewer inside.”
Courtesy of the artist.
The motifs of my work refer to the seaside landscape and everything connected with it, such as fragments of seashore and sea surface, islands, boats, and sailing boats. These universal and imaginary motifs are produced by the mind and correspond to the landscape of the consciousness without the burden of detail or description; my motifs exist as pure ideals, they are reflections of internal temperament and a sum of the structures of my creative impulses. I don’t try to produce a composition that could be perceived as a whole, or as a frozen and static image that could be taken in at first sight. My paintings recreate the space of their origin and pull their viewer inside. They are discovered gradually by exploration of the scenes of the painting and they evoke the carefully planned methods which brought them into being.