My works and poems deal with the lack of balance between human evolvement and nature, which is manifested especially in the disappearing variety of wildlife. I believe that all the inhabitants of our unique planet are parts of a chain, linked together and dependant on each other. We, humans, have the task of sharing the planet’s resources between us and the other lives existing here equally in order to preserve them for the generations to come.
I use mixed media technique on paper; streams of dilute paint are caging
blurred trampled animals, women and birds. Prints of tires and shoes indicate the conquering of civilization.
I also convey my ideas in short poems.
Civilization ignoring the elegies of Earth.
Seven billion people
Hubbling in space,
visited the moon,
did not pace towards each other.
from north to south, and back,
season after season, millions of miles,
no religion and
Caressing the planet
Feathers of fraternity.