LandEscape Art Review Special Issue - Page 52

Lives and works in Manchester , United Kingdom

create abstract landscapes , images that respond to my Iconcerns of a hopeless future and of post nuclear predictions - reflections on present state of humanity , seeming progress and selfdestruction . Much of my work is a contemplation on personal feelings surrounding being unable to exist in such absurd environment .

The diverse character of my works is a reaction on a surreal situation of a modern world that has been shaped by mass media , where anyone can create their own reality and portray this as images and words of ‘ truth ’.
The different layers , shapes and techniques I use in my work represent the various versions of the ‘ truth ’. The diversity of chaotically ordered aggressive forms and vibrant colours , illustrate negative emotions - thoughts caused by impossibility of finding that ‘ truth ’.