I study pieces of wood plants and objects, which I find on my way. We are often too busy to pay attention to the variety of nature forms. By lifting, cleaning and painting insignificant pieces of landscape I pay attention to their beauty. In addition, pieces of wood in isolation from whole trees lose their context and become abstract forms that I try to further emphasized by placing them on a neutral background. What was originally bark or branch in the eyes of the viewer may resemble the head of a horse, or a squirrel.
From the point of view of the artist materiality of the shape becomes more important then it’s meaning.