The central theme of my work is about how to interpret reality in an unusual way. On the one hand, I work on the incident light in the Spaces, and architectural details, and on the other hand, the light that everyday objects emit, turning the work into pure abstraction. My recent works address an unreality based on objects recycled by man, which after consciously concentrating the frame and visualizing them from another point of view, turn the work into something magical, and with a particular atmosphere. I usually expand the works with textures, paintings and colors that do not exist at first, to give it a personal touch. To do this, I use textures from other materials, liquid watercolors, and digital brushes, so that as a whole they create the desired “mental drawing”. In the last works, the works invite one to enter an imaginary world, full of lights and color, where abstraction encompasses mental reality, leaving the viewer immersed in the final result. I want my work to connect with the public, to lead them to another way of looking at what they see on a daily basis, to immerse themselves in the “interior space”, and on numerous occasions come to make their own interpretation of what they see.