Marina del Rey, July 2016, oil on canvas, 15*23
How did you get into debt?
Paying bills, childcare, art supplies, loss of job and illness.
Santa Monica Pier, July 2016, oil on board, 15*18
Describe your art practice
peaking about my style, I prefer impressionism manner of drawing. Once I did the copy of Monet artwork “Lady with umbrella and her Son”. It was overwhelming experience. Nevertheless, most of my couches says that my style can be described as post-impressionism. Everybody see in my works what they want. It is vital to admit that all my artworks are cheerful. My goal is to bring people only positive emotions. That is why I even have the logo “Do not use any black colors in my works”. I do not wait for ‘‘Mystic Muse’’. I just sit in my chair and start working because I have the second logo “Muse comes during the work”. However, I have one very important prohibition – do not draw when you have bad mood. That is why my artworks are light and cheerful. My artworks are ranged. I drew more than 70 different artworks.
Isaak Church, september 2016, oil on canvas
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
Yes, would have more material to make the kind of art that stands out to the best of my ability.
Gaze through insane mind, october 2016, oil on canvas, 24*24