When it comes to atoms and so called microcosm our language cannot describe it correctly. The motion of microparticles is not deterministic. We talk about quantum objects in terms of waves. You draw figures of probabilities of an electron following certain paths. We define assumptions. We are not sure about anything to happen 100%. All paths are probabilistic. Understanding of this mysterious world becomes complex.


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Biomorphic Abstraction

This series of biomorphic encaustic paintings is inspired by interconnected intersections, rounded, irregular forms, naturally occurring patterns and shapes found in plant, human and celestial life. It is deeply rooted of the natural world allowing us to experience the complexity and beauty of living things.


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Black & Color

The combination of BLACK and other intensive color is used in these series of encaustic & mixed media paintings to make both a strong impression and influence our perception. 【⦿】
In science, black is not a color, it is just the result of the absence or  complete  absorption of visible light. A material is said to be black if light (electromagnetic radiation in the visible spectrum) interacts with the atoms and molecules, which causes the energy of the light to be converted into other forms of energy, usually heat. ☀
And yet black does function like color. It evokes feelings and symbolizes positive (elegance, sophistication, strength) as well as negative (anger, fear, and sadness) things. Of course, the color-related emotion is highly dependent on your personal preference and past experiences with that color.
According to Feng Shui, traditional practice originating from ancient China, black is associated with the water element and evokes power, mystery, and calm. When it’s used sparingly, black has a grounding effect on your environment.
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Ecological art is a genre in the field of contemporary art that began in response to the global environmental crisis. This art merges an aesthetic, informative and educational art that strives to promote environmental awareness and community involvement in environmental restoration in nature.
As i teach ecology i read a lot about recent environmental research and Earth & Environment news. I must admit it is frustrating that after decades of growing evidence and concrete proposals for addressing greenhouse gas emissions, government policy still lags far behind what is necessary to avert potentially catastrophic global warming. Through my paintings I try to raise awareness in society of the importance of rational use of natural resources and human damage to the environment as a result of consumption.


“Dead zones”
Dead zones are caused by oxygen-depleting factors which include human pollution. Oxygen levels become depleted to the point that the area cannot support marine life, and sea creatures must swim to other waters or die… As fertilizer use and factory farming increase, we are creating dead zones faster than nature can recover. Nearly all ocean dead zones will increase by the end of the century! 💀🕳💦


“Anabiosis under Permafrost”
Super-long anabiosis of ancient microorganisms and viable bacterial cells in ice and permafrost is quite a scary fact now when permafrost is melting much too fast.


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Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.‘
Oscar Wilde


Art therapy uses the creative process involved in artistic self-expression to improve emotional, mental and physical well-being of individuals of all ages.
I’ve experienced the efficiency of art-therapy already as a child. The focus on your inner world of images, feelings, thoughts, and ideas helps to reduce stress, and increase self-esteem and self-awareness.


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Coffe Art

I’m addicted to coffee… not only because of the effects of coffee aroma and caffeine jolt. It’s an excuse to slow down, an opportunity to reflect the feelings, to test my thoughts and ideas. ☕
The paintings are made using beeswax and naturally occurring minerals as iron oxides and coffee powder.
I hope to paint once a large-scale cup of coffee – coffee consumed per year. 🌐 Among coffee drinkers, the average consumption is about 3 cups of coffee per day, it makes 1095 cups per year.. Over the world more than 400 billion cups are consumed each year …
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