I cherish a beauty of nature and feel strongly connected with it. I care about the environmental problems we are facing today. Through my art, I like to highlight the importance of preserving the endlessly beautiful Canadian landscape.
As a medium, I use high-quality repurposed magazine paper, Japanese papers and tissues, or my own painted paper to assemble my vision in collage using a mosaic approach on canvas. I find this process challenging, exciting and environmentally friendly.
I relate my collage work to assembling a 1000-piece puzzle, finding this very special piece of paper that would be just a right colour and value. As a chess player, I plan few steps ahead but in my artworks I often let my emotions run free and take over my creative process.I have been using collage as my medium of choice since Jan. 2014. It was a “love at the first sight” when I tried it, after many years of using other media, including watercolours and acrylics. Now, I close my eyes at night thinking of what will my next collage painting be like and waking up in the morning ready to spend the whole day working on it.
UPCOMING EVENTS More info on News Page
Arts on The Credit Show, April 8-9. 2017, 11 am - 5 pm each day. Waterside Inn, 15 Stavebank Rd. S. Port Credit (Mississauga), ON
Aurora Cultural Centre - MOSAIC OSA 145th Anniversary Exhibition
May 11 - Aug. 5 2017, opening reception May 20 6-8 pm
Address: 22 Church St, Aurora, ON, Hours of operation: Mon.- Sat. 10 am - 4 pm
Holcim Gallery - CFS Canadian Landmarks II
May 23 - June 10, 2017, opening reception May 25, 7-9 pm
Address: Milton Centre for the Arts, 1010 Main Street East, Milton, ON