The queen, taking a break

Tired.. very tired… I just need a moment far from everyone around this kingdom. Faces, Voices, fake smiles, opinions, pieces of advice, valuable information…all of them must disappear for this moment to take place. And I know that is almost impossible, unachievable and too much to ask for. I therefore take this moment inside myself and close down everything around me. I will be a … Continue reading The queen, taking a break

From sketch to painting: Mr. Time

I am trying today to post a more in depth analysis of the art I make and give the viewer the possibility to see how my work evolves. What I usually do is I draw sketches with ideas and these sketches are being turned into paintings. For example “Mr. Time” a painting featured earlier on this blog, has its basis sketch. Initially, the idea behind … Continue reading From sketch to painting: Mr. Time

Guardians of the heart

This sketch is a map of feelings and emotions the human is experiencing in life.  It depicts complex features and symbolic elements which highlight them. The heart carries different complex feelings during life represented by the two masks placed in front. They also have a protective characteristic. They place before the heart as a shell against the outside.  However they are not strong enough for … Continue reading Guardians of the heart

The balance between chaos and order

We have both in our lives and no matter what we cannot experience one without the other. Chaos creates unbalance, challenges and puts us in the position to fight for regaining control. Order settle things, gives us the control back. However it is a temporary state. It won’t be order forever.  It will always be treathened by external factors which will create an unbalance. And … Continue reading The balance between chaos and order

Life through children’s eyes. (The evolutional paintings)

First reaction of these three paintings: ”WTF is this?” Normal thought indeed …but listen here what they are supposed to mean! I can remember when I was little the first drawings I could ever make was a house, a face of a man made out of digits and a cat made out of the eight digit. I can clearly remember how my grandfather taught me … Continue reading Life through children’s eyes. (The evolutional paintings)