International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women - 25.11.20
Used shooting range target stand figures from a range of small arms painted in acrylic
A woman on the floor
House full of Objects that collected over the years and gather together up everywhere. when House become a Home.
Acrylic on canvas 60x80 cm
Food scraps for the composter in a vase . Staged photography
Kitchen utensils and fresh pastries. Staged photography
Tribute to Whistler's mother
A staged Photograph of a set as the famous painting of James McNeill Whistler
Creatures of the Green house
Acrilic Wall painting
Light The Darkness
series of 4: acrilic on canvas 20x20 cm
The grotesque painting consists of a mixture of parts of plants, animals, humans, monsters, various objects - without maintaining proportions and without perspective, although sometimes while maintaining symmetry.
Actually, it's a certain kind of artistic image, based on a combination of fantasy and reality, ugly and beautiful, tragic and comic and the main factor that determines what is grotesque, is the contrast of these images.
Grotesque painting challenges the'beautiful painting'. It operates according to alternative, anarchic logic, disrupts order and undermines accepted perceptions. The grotesque lexicon includes, among other things, the caricature, the excess, the monstrous, the perverted and the absurd.
Rabbit Bunny Woman, oil on canvas, 80x60