I love experimenting with fine art, digital art, visual design, video editing, animation, and sound design to create works of art that speak to all human senses. To most, this exploration seems chaotic or confusing, but to me it represents a manifestation of our world, which doesn’t always make sense.
As modern people we’re constantly fragmented, split, distracted and yanked in different directions by a pace that many times feels chaotic or confusing. It’s almost like we’re always searching for something, but never truly satisfied. It’s a yearning for meaning, for purpose, for someone or something to sort through our many layers and see us for who we truly are at our core.
I invite a variety of mediums into my work specifically because I don’t find only one to be satisfying or able to convey this message in its entirety. So I mix different tools, different techniques, and different art disciplines because each one allows me to push the limits, and in the same time to underline how complex our lives can be nowadays.
I’m always guided by a desire to create, and that takes many shapes or forms. To me, art is to be found in everything, from the biggest to the smallest things in life – it’s all a matter of allowing oneself to see it.
“Soul Link I : Anima”
New media piece – digital art, animation
“Soul Link II : 2/22/22”
New media piece – digital art, animation, sound design
New media piece – digital art, animation, sound design. Created for “21 Days of Krampus” organized by The Coven art collective in celebration of Krampus/Christmas
I relate to baroque, gothic, and romantic era paintings, art forms, and architecture so much, but in the same time I was formed in a digital era, by a computer science education, so automatically I searched for a way to combine all these worlds I found so fascinating into one (if possible) more coherent format. My art constantly dances between the need to pay homage to the incredible beauty created before us, and the need to erase all rules and build something totally new that doesn’t follow anyone else’s path. That’s why abstract expressionism feels like home for a lot of my artworks.
I think since ancestry humans’ needs were to find themselves in something, but in the same time to have the space to express their own individuality. Hence why experimentation is so important in my work, and I find it so vital for my career happiness.
I’m constantly pulled towards rejection of predefined expectations dictated by “our times” because I believe that in order to have true creative vision and originality, one must be daring enough to think outside the box – ANY box – and to free oneself from the shackles of preconceptions (yes, that includes art genres and trends).