Although now I live in Berlin the roots of my family originate from a beautiful city of Svitlovodsk, in Ukraine.
My first acquaintance with art happened when I was 13 years old. It was quite an exciting experience for me. The art of painting made me feel happy and beckoned to continue this activity. Furthermore, it was the moment when I realized the primary goal of my life - to make people all around me experience the same feeling of joy through the play of colors.
Later, I took up the art seriously and learned from a giften man, Viktor Chumachenko who is now a famous artist in Ukraine.
The art became an unattainable part of my life, capturing my breath, ideas, and driving me far into my dreams. I spent hours and hours, working under new paintings instead of doing my school homework. It was just a beginning of a lifetime story of my love to art.
Then I studied art in Florence, Italy. This place gave me an excellent opportunity to learn a new way of painting, and a chance to improve my skills, being supervised by a fantastic American teacher.
It is said that the best experience comes with the number of works created. I painted a few and I am proud to say that people from different parts of the world bought my works: starting from the Caribbean islands and Hong Kong up to London and New York.
I was living in many countries, including Italy, Hong-Kong, and the USA. I met many people of different nationalities, familiarized with their unique culture, and got the most precious acquaintances I have ever dreamt of.
A possibility to travel, admire the masterpieces of world-famous artists, and Modern art shows inspire me to create my style and find myself as an Abstract Surrealistic artist. In the process of my work, I am very delicate with the colors. I can spend a few weeks to find the particular shade I want to see at one or another painting.
Details: I have never prepared a sketch for my works. I am blending colors on canvas since the best thoughts and ideas come after I touch the canvas with my brush. After that, the workflow moves on.I do not paint from life and portraits, although you can find several similar works in my portfolio. If you wonder: Why? The answer is easy: it is just not my style of painting. I think people should take up things they can do best. Do you agree with me?
I have always had one big goal while painting: I want my client to get a "never enough" impression while he looks at the painting or a "never get bored" effect with it. The fundamental goal of my works is to make you look at the picture and get joy, relaxation, and energy when you need it.