The recent solo exhibition of my works have surpassed my expectations. Attendance on the Reception night was very high and the feedback really touched me.Read More
Read here behind the scene and my journey leading to a solo exhibition in London.Read More
It’s that time of the month again. Moon is getting fuller and I feel the energy depleting slowly as I'm prepping for my London art exhibition.Read More
Now and again people that come to my shows express lack of confidence. When I ask about what do they like in arts they would reply: “Oh, I don’t really know about arts, I only know if I like something”. And here comes the good news…Read More
Making collages is a bit like thinking out loud. I've got all these ideas to try out, to test and play with, without any commitment.Read More
The air is warm and wet from the rain and smells of summer linden trees. They remind me of home, so naturally, I feel a bit nostalgic…Read More
As an artist, I get asked a lot about my inspiration. I love this subject and will happily tell you about it.Read More
2 nights ago, I graduated from AltMBA. A workshop for people who want to lead the change. Change in minds and change in hearts.Read More
Today I’m starting AltMBA workshop. It’s a new form of education. Education from the future. I signed up for it to remove resistance and fear from my life.Read More
Yesterday I’ve visited an exhibition Living Colours: Kasane – the Language of Japanese Colour Combinations. It’s a show of a Yoshioka Dyeing Workshop in Kyoto.Read More
As I'm working on a bigger painting series, I needed some spontaneity.
I'd resisted making collages for quite a while. You see, my paintings appear as collages to many people (especially seen on the photo) and I didn't want to confuse things. Temptation was too strong and I've given in to this playful art-making.
This year has started with a blast. I have been interviewed for Unread Magazine and published in the recent issue.Read More
Last weekend I started working on my new series.
So far I’ve created art more spontaneously and haven’t gone to plan a series in any way. Similarities between some works just emerged, when they did and clarified into themes. This time, however, I’m planning some more.Read More
I talked to a lady today at my show and she said to me: “ You are so talented, I would love to be able to do what you do”. As nice as it sounds, harmless as it is, I had very mixed feelings when I hear such compliment. To say the least.Read More
Last Saturday on the 6th of October, I've received the bronze award during the Passion for Freedom ceremony for my painting "Courage".Read More
Do we need art when we don’t think we need art? – The answer is going to be: Definitely yes.
Art has been looked at as a luxury for ages, but it isn’t right to say so. That’s similar what people say about spirituality, and yet we have churches all over the place.Read More
Living in a crazy city as London makes my life a stream of life lessons. I tend to go through cycles, which sometimes feel like a boot camp school of life.Read More
As an artist, I devoted all of my life to creating, thinking about arts and believing in the importance of it. My mind kept rebelling against the notion, that my art could be seen as a product.Read More
The concept for this project has survived the whole summer, full of other new ideas, so it must be a good one. I now made that leap.Read More
My painting Courage has been shortlisted for the Passion for Freedom award. I am super excited as this annual show/award is an Internationally acclaimed festival with a focus on freedom. I proposed a discussion about the fact, that Western civilisations have plenty of personal freedom, but we often choose not to use it.Read More