We are constantly involved into the non-ceasing unpredictable motion of life and carried away by its energy streams. Artists' work can absorb this energy from our enthusiasm and concentration in the act of creation to unfold the diversity of perception of that one and indivisible life we live. Having started with color photography in the world of art imaging, I was inspired by digital technologies deepening fusion of art and science and began experimenting with processing some scans of my photos. That was quite successful and resulted in some group and solo exhibitions. But I was tempted with making images from nothing to fully unfold my imagination and started painting in Adobe Photoshop. Majority of my work are digitally painted images, some of them combine painting with photography. Digital processing to me is a set of tools and techniques that widens the scope of possibilities of self-expression available to an artist, dictates the new trends and changes the idea of harmony. I like to make something out of nothing. No predefined order. Lines and shapes both guide and direct me. I love the way vibrant colors and textures make me feel as I am working, all the time seeking a balance between what I feel and what the piece is telling me, recognizing the power and potential in both the rational and intuitive leading towards the feeling of unity with the universe. Although the technology I use to create my work is amongst the most recent, the resulting art remains linked to the question every human has been asking from ancient times: ?Who am I??. I consider both making and contemplating artworks to be a kind of meditation, the means of extending the conventional limits of reality, progression towards the state of ?wholistic? mind.
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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