Some of my new pastels
Booger // pastel on color cardboard, 50x70cm Wisdom // pastel on color cardboard, 50x70cm
My tenderness // acrylic on canvas, 80x120cm
Some old works
Is there a reflection of his gaze?
Yes. It is your gaze that, reflected by the canvas, begins to look into itself.
On the route again)
New work like a new journey, never know what is waiting for at the end …
180 seconds // acrylic on canvas, 50×100 cm
The space on my canvas is like a construction kit. You can “put the kit together” if you don’t do it on one level, but if you fall into the multidimensional space of yourself (if, of course, there is a space to “fall” into): if you stop thinking in rational terms. For me, it is also important that when the viewer looks at my canvas, they feel that the canvas is also looking back at them.
Scold’s bridle // acrylic on canvas, 200x100cm
Scold’s bridle – a mask of shame. Iron bars woven into a «cage». This device was used in the Middle Ages and Modern times in Europe, it was put on a woman as punishment for excessive talkativeness, swearing, arguments. Sometimes such masks had a metal gag that would wound the tongue when attempting to speak. But in most cases there was none, for the main aspect of punishment was the publicity of denunciation, shame. Such a mask might, for example,Read next