In photography, I show the existing objects from my own perspective, but I broaden the possibility of interpretation in different ways: turning the original form of the object into abstraction, narrowing the context, abstracting from time. I bet on energetic color - I rarely resort to suggestive black and white.
Photography allows two things at the same time: externalizing in the outdoors and focusing on landscape elements, getting to know them.
My oil painting does not use the existing environment and allows much more control than photography. Unlike photography, it comes completely from the inside. I create abstractions with strong colors and invigorating textures, enabling infinite interpretations.
Aesthetics are very important to me in my work.
Photography and painting bring me different feelings and give me different effects, and thanks to that they complement each other perfectly.