“A hyper-realistic artist”.
“I observed, I discovered, I studied, I researched.
Works from the fascinating hyper-realistic genre, which allows me to build my own world on the canvas.
When I start a new painting, the composition is the first thing I prepare. For example, when it comes to still life, my work process starts with choosing objects and trying to create a dialogue between them.
I choose objects that attract my heart, place them side by side in a certain composition, and take a picture. I check the created image: does it arouse me emotionally? Does it have a message I would like to convey?
After I choose a composition that excites me, I build the canvas frame myself in the dimensions suitable for the specific painting. Saws the sandwich plywood wood, creates a wooden frame and glues the canvas fabric.
I start the painting itself without drawing. I place spots on the canvas, look for the shapes of the spots, the locations, and slowly progress until the basic outline of the composition begins to appear on the canvas. From here on, I continue to repeatedly refine the desired shade and the correct position of each spot and line on the canvas, and begin to add dimensions of volume and depth to the painting.
The precision and patience I invest in each piece takes many days of work on each of my paintings.”