Woman In Green

Red, Blue and Yellow are the primary colors. What happens, when I leave my favorite red behind? Blue and yellow start morphing into something new – green. It reminds me of my childhood, when I used to lay upon the crisp green grass and watch the white wispy clouds as they floated across the serene blue skies, blocking the warm yellow Sun. The question is when you watch the skies, do they watch you back?

Woman in Green is a painting from 2020 series The beauty of mind.

Created using graphite and acrylics on 45 x 32 cm cardboard


The current like our memories flows in smooth seductive curves. Yet it hides a myriad of remorse, nostalgia and regrets. On a bright clear day you can cup your hands a take of cool memories, enjoy the cleanness and the beauty of colorful rocks and fish under the water. On rainy days it looks muddy and dark, dangerously covering the treacherous rocks underneath. And yet we all reach for this boat over and over…

Current of My Memories is a painting from 2020 series The beauty of mind.

Created using graphite on 50 x 32 cm cardboard.

Limited edition signed and numbered art prints are available. Please, contact me for details.

Shikata Ga Nai

My thoughts and emotions in one place after a long draining conversation not being able to sleep, part of me still thinking about the delusive options I did not have. This painting was the remedy.

Shikata ga nai (仕方がない) is Japanese roughly translated to “it cannot be helped” or “nothing can be done about it”.

Created using oil on 40 x 50 cm canvas.

Limited edition signed and numbered art prints are available. Please, contact me for details.


Life Can Only Be Understood Backwards

– Søren Kierkegaard

Everything we consume shapes us, defines us, changes us. We are all on this never-ending chase of infinite happiness, navigating through infoxication and trying to make only the right decisions hoping that everything might make sense at the end of the road. And then there is the moment in life when everything fits together, looking like a path you have been searching for all this time. The path is new, never walked, still chaotic, but it’s yours.

So, start walking.

Created using acrylics and 3D pen on 59 x 39 cm board.


In ancient Greece, the rose was closely associated with the goddess Aphrodite.

Following the Christianization of the Roman Empire, the rose became identified with the Virgin Mary. The Carthusians promoted the idea of sacred mysteries associated with the rose symbol and rose gardens.

The Sufi mystic’s quest for divine love aligns the rose with the divine names and attributes.

Sometimes a rose is simply a rose.

Created using mixed media on 50 x 70 cm wooden board.

Bought by a private collector.


In the sea of unspoken words there is her ocean. There is a fierce force trying to silence her voice, until it’s sweet like a pastel mint or small and cute like baby pink. It is done over and over and over again… Violently, jokingly, playfully, forcibly. She is ignored, shouted down, disqualified, critiqued.

And still, she is red and black. She speaks.

Created using acrylics on 70 x 50 cm canvas.

Bought by a private collector.