ECLECTIVE APPROACH TO VISUAL ARTS
The philosophy behind
"I love to draw with light" - This simple line describes the best my passion for visual arts which involves both, artistic and technical skills, intended to produce aesthetic (fine art) artifacts with digital media. Even though I had tried out different visual art forms (starting with traditional art), I'm mostly active as photographer and digital artist. This way I'm in the position to, additionally, create sequential and conceptual art, as well as visual compositions, with various ideas and messages. I don't have a personal, unique style, rather an eclectic approach to fine arts, a kind of mixed styles called eclecticism or polystylism, which should not be misunderstood as academic art or syncretism. In ancient Greece, the term mimesis was used with the reference to the creation of works of art, with correspondence to the physical world understood as a model of beauty, truth and the good. However, the contemporary meaning of the word mimesis does not apply to the philosophical aspect behind my work, since I'm not an imitator or actor by nature. I was said to be a realist with strong attention to details. The accurate representation of the visual appearance of things is mostly present in my photography (and some digital artworks), which embodies a form of reason, that is non-repressive and non-violent. However, every now and then, I do let my imagination a free flow, which results in simple or more complex compositions, with familiar or imaginary themes.
apparel - home decor - accessoires
was one of my favorite part of mathematics.
independently following some basic (Euclidian)
concepts and applications to the field of art and architecture. It has a strong influence in my work as
apparel and home decor designer. Bauhaus
has a strong approach to design which stroves to combine beauty with
usefullness and attempts to unify the principles of mass production with
individual artistic vision. It was founded upon the idea of creating a total
work of art, in which all the arts would be brought together. The inspiration for my designs stems from ancient, ethno and tribal motives. The work process ranges from elegant minimalism to serial art compositions.
digital painting - photomanipulation - 3d art - character design
Photo manipulation is yet to be acknowledged as a form of visual digital art. It is often mistaken or misunderstood as a post process of retouching or enhancing images for commercial or editorial purposes. It is, however, much more than that. It involves the creation of unique images and signature expressions of art by photographic and digital artists. I see a strong connection between photo manipulation and video and filmmaking. A film is a series of still images which, when shown on screen, create the illusion of moving images. A movie, or video, is created by photographing actual scenes with motion picture camera, which are put together for the final result that tells a story - a theatrical film or photoplay. A photo manipulation is a process created with series of still images with various motives, taken with digital camera, in order to get a final result, that also tells a story. However, you can additionally create animated image files (like gif files) or even animated video compositions that involve photo manipulation with different motives, instead of traditional or digital art drawings. As the saying goes - "the art has no limits". I personally love to create fantasy, surreal, emotional, dark and conceptual compositions.
macro - fine art - pure photography
Fine art photography is not just recording realistic shots of subjects or scenes for personal or commercial purpose. It is creating art of magic with your camera. Pictorial images that I'm working on (be it nature, animal or even street photography) are a combination of pure and art photography that is produced to fulfill my creative vision, to express my perception and emotions, and to share them with others. Feel free to join me on ViewBug & YouPic to share your opinions and rate my work.