Let's go deeper into your works. What messages do you put into them?
Usually, my works are a reflection of my inner feelings or needs. Because of the war, many of my recent works focus on Ukraine, conveying a message of values, tradition, and belonging that one must have. These works are about brave, bright people who want to protect their homeland, to protect a place where all people can live with dignity and respect and where they can contribute to the common good.
Another subject that touches me profoundly - is animals. I have a dog, whom I love with all my heart, and I transfer this love to all animals. I can't bear to see other animals suffer. I believe that animals deserve to be treated kindly and with respect, and my paintings are meant to reflect that belief. I like to show happy, well-treated animals alongside people who care and have compassion for them, showing the positive impact we can have on each other's lives. Furthermore, I want to inspire others to appreciate and respect the animal world and take action to create a more compassionate and harmonious society for all creatures.
Last but not least, women are an essential topic. I often picture women in my paintings. They are all different and unique. They are all free. I want them to be free and able to celebrate their unique qualities and contributions. I want them to be seen and supported. Their naked bodies represent the vulnerability and openness that women often experience in a world that tends to objectify and sexualize them. This theme challenges the idea that women's bodies should be hidden or covered up, and instead embraces diversity and uniqueness.