My work reflects the subjects I am personally involved in. In other words, I look at my art as a kind of intense self-discovery or even romancing of my inner self. Each work delves deeper into what is happening in my surroundings, whether good, bad or grey in metaphorical hue. The art interprets humanoid figures and tries to find answers to the questions raised in my mind when I observe people and situations. At the same time, I also bring across my own unique point of view in my work. Essentially, monotony bores me. My art follows this tenet and retains variety at each step, even when it comes to exploring mediums. And at its heart lies a very special curiosity for mysterious things.