The cornerstone of my art is based both in Expressionism and Realism. The innovative and constantly evolving thinking within the Western arts purifies my soul and causes my ideas to become more and more simple, more and more pure. In my artwork, the curved line, the large surfaces of colour and the form of forgotten memories are just like the locus of my life: blurred, complex, chaotic, and constantly searching for pure feelings in a complicated world.
The work that I have done in these past few years is derived from my everyday life. The inspiration might have been a local coffee shop, the grass in my community, my exercising neighbours, or anything else. My artworks are not in a single style, as there is no stylized theme, and I use many different materials to express myself. I appreciate the many different methods in the process of creation and use many different approaches to search for the ideal way to present and convey my feelings of happiness, anger, and sadness.
Each painting has different lines of expression. I love to explore the potential of line and change during the process of painting, and this investigation brings me endless enjoyment and inspiration.