As I managed to impress my parents, teachers, and friends with my illustrations, creating impressive images at a very early age become my fluid juices at that time. Although I had a year of education at the 'School of Visual Art' (NYC) I by large, consider myself a self- taught artist.
I use my camera to capture moments that I feel at the time have a potential of expressing, like a perfect moment in our daily life and social activities. Using these photos as a basic start to my paintings allows me the freedom to transform these into a new arty expression.
As a graphic artist and designer I came to realize the potentiality of the digital art.
Since many artists now work and paint digitally, I as well am driven to it mostly for the freedom of thought, were it allows me to play around with, and study colors and methods were I can dare ideas, were I can challenge or try and create temporary effect while trying to capture patterns and rhythms of movement, yet combining and utilizing the energy of motion and so on, Furthermore, it allowed demonstrating an instinctive and progressive visual content. Working in/with Digital Art is faster then working with oil paint or acrylics, there is no waiting for paint to dry. The only setback at this moment for digital artwork is; there is no original to a painting, no matter how great the work may be. Therefore the prices on digital artwork/prints are much lowers then usual.