Art is teleology in images. It is like a rainbow – a whole consisting of harmoniously juxtaposed discrete parts. An artist needs to destroy his own nature to fully comprehend the grand design that is manifest in all creation and creature, he needs to decompose himself to penetrate beyond the visible and then transform his feelings into images. It is a struggle for imaginative freedom and spontaneity against norms and orders.
My subject is nature. There is always an element of surprise in nature, in the variety of forms, light and depth of colours. It is nature, which with its countless amazing exhibitions of embodiment of wisdom, completeness, and perfection transforms me into a curious child and awakens the sense of oneness with the world.
Technically I work with mixed media – Acrylic, Oil and Tempera on canvas. Form is the identity of content. In art, it becomes the means of perception of the transcendental and the absolute. The essence of art for me lies primarily in the creation of artistic generalization and not in representing reality in its concrete form. I intend to stick with impression rather than a fully elaborated composition, spontaneity rather than smooth finish. My art is basically a composition of mixed metaphors, disconnected, random feelings of both related and unrelated images that come across me.