From the left, the route narrows.

I’m fascinated by the perception I get from the people and subjects around me; they come to mind one by one and guide me. As part of the creative process, I progressively include subjects and components into my paintings. In my work, I frequently come across subjects who are sitting alone or wandering aimlessly. The fluid motion of transitional moments is full with annoyances that, although appearing genuine, create human impulses due to their contradicting status. The distractions that may be seeking to drain man’s and space’s energies have stayed silent and confined. People in my paintings stare at the world around them, invisible and oblivious to their surroundings, and they are apathetic about each other and space. This is a reality that is abundant in the core of this era’s life.