About the author
I graduated in ceramics at the Art Institute. However, I have been searching for a long time for the type of art that is closest to my soul. When the path of life led me to the study of Eastern philosophy, I rediscovered Eastern art, the aesthetics of which I had admired since my school days.
For art that has existed for several thousand years, one of the most important principles is the spiritual element. The treatment of the colours and shapes of nature gives harmony and a positive element to the work. The objects depicted appear simple and mundane, while at the same time they reveal the uniqueness of natural phenomena.
I often use short poetic trills - haiku. These are like poetic still frames, capturing the importance of the moment and combining the artistic traditions of several Eastern countries into a whole. I follow the tradition of meditating before picking up the brush, and the whole process of painting is meditation. I hope that the works also convey peace and harmony.