I grew up in an architect’s family and from an early age I was
immersed in the art of drawing.
At the age of 18, I was overwhelmed by the beauty of Crimea and decided to devote myself to art. I went to the Fine Arts School in Lviv where I studied for 4 years.
My early works were strongly influenced by surrealism. In April 2001, I organized my first solo exhibition in Lviv. The same year I moved to France.
Since 2005, I have participated in group exhibitions and I have organized several solo exhibitions in France and abroad.
The technique in which I work is oil painting, sometimes I add grains of sand to the paint to give volume and relief.
The style of my painting: "sudrealism" in warm colours, with a deep sea and a blue sky that I appreciate.
The main source of my inspiration is the Mediterranean coast.
My works are in private collections in France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, Denmark, Hong Kong, Canada, United States, Brazil, Australia, Taiwan, Russia, Tunisia, Ukraine.
I am listed in Akoun, Artprice and referenced in the European Encyclopedia of Contemporary Arts.