I have an education in theatre history and also graduated from the Institute of Philosophy in St. Petersburg with a degree in philosophical anthropology and history of philosophy. My education helps me to have a subtle sense of everything that happens in the World. Once, one of my teachers said that only mathematicians and philosophers are really capable of abstract thinking. However, I am convinced that art can also help a person answer many "eternal questions". Art is a bridge that connects people with each other. So the author puts part of his subjectivity into such artwork. And the viewer, perceiving this part of the author's world, makes it his own. Therefore, I believe that art is one of the languages through which we communicate.
My paintings are reflections of my emotions, which are a reaction to many events in life. So the situation in Ukraine cannot but affect my senses. The feeling of injustice causes a need for pure colours. That is why white, red, and black colours dominate in my artworks now.