In art, I am more fascinated by the creative process itself than by its effect. For me, working on a painting is the act of purest, artistic expression, which is why I never plan how the final work will look like. I transfer on canvas all the emotions and feelings, which I cannot define, and they begin to form a concrete shape, color, and matter. In this way, randomly colored spots and dynamic brush strokes overlap with humanoid silhouettes and images of human faces. Therefore, my creative work takes place from an accidental patch of color to a figurative detail of the representation.