The images of Still Life appear as a mosaic of stories about love and loss, about findings and discoveries.

They explore our relationships with the objects and artifacts, memories and experiences that shape our lives.

Simple things can be reflections of our desires, abilities and hidden feelings. Everyday life, a household is filled with objects and habits that form the basis of the existence of every person. 

It is possible to show the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, the beauty of things conventional and unconventional.

I believe the ability to appreciate, to be amazed by the smallest fragment of surroundings will lead to appreciation of the whole world.

I invite to look at the overlooked plain reality around us in our daily routine.

 

My images represent a pure subjective perception, the way I think in a form of a theatrical scene.

For me, Still Life is an abstract symbol of situations and events forming a complete scene in my photographs. 

As in a kaleidoscope, a pattern appears once, fascinates, and vanishes.

Next time everything will be different… in still life. 

 



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The images of Still Life appear as a mosaic of stories about love and loss, about findings and discoveries.

They explore our relationships with the objects and artifacts, memories and experiences that shape our lives.

Simple things can be reflections of our desires, abilities and hidden feelings. Everyday life, a household is filled with objects and habits that form the basis of the existence of every person. 

It is possible to show the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, the beauty of things conventional and unconventional.

I believe the ability to appreciate, to be amazed by the smallest fragment of surroundings will lead to appreciation of the whole world.

I invite to look at the overlooked plain reality around us in our daily routine.

 

My images represent a pure subjective perception, the way I think in a form of a theatrical scene.

For me, Still Life is an abstract symbol of situations and events forming a complete scene in my photographs. 

As in a kaleidoscope, a pattern appears once, fascinates, and vanishes.

Next time everything will be different… in still life. 

 



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