Spiritual investigation and inner development objectively shaped my muse. My muse is the interpretation of sensation, fascination, but then intuition, illumination. My muse is a sexless human figure who is mostly appears in a feminine shape. My muse is a brood who lives in never land. To my muse, any kind of worldly attachment is the root of being lost and distort.
The accent of inner essence has always formed my aesthetic, unleashed my mind, devoid my entity. Therefore, my muse is an origin of inner light, a mother of inner sight, A fountain of an incite. Creating, forming, carving figures for me is a journey trough the virtuosity, trough the mastery of creation. Mostly I use terracotta in my works and then use acrylic to colour them. My inspiration comes from the Anthroposophy philosophy. This philosophy is a path of knowledge that studies different paths of spiritual developments in human.