In this collection, I've taken a look at sky and I've tried to understand it.
While creating this collection I was asking myself is
the sky everywhere just the same?
Generally speaking, this collection for me is a thoroughly painterly endeavor.
By picking up a simple subject, I've tried my best to get though a painterly
challenge. Taking for granted that observing nature have a long Art historical
background, this attempt proved to be quite difficult as I tried to include
a personal vision, in addition to the necessary concentration on painterly
categories. Thus I realized that not all the skies are blue, not all of them are
beautiful, and sometimes they look alarming as they sweep the borders
of our existence with their heavy presence. But the skies are also the best
companions to young lovers, sometimes as they rain, sometimes when there
shines spring sunshine, they turn to pure poetry, they have a thousand spirits.
Thus, I realized that the palette of the skies isn't always blue, but their palette
is as vast as the skies themselves. Simplemindedly I knew that the skies are so
big, but they were also humble enough to perch in my small canvases, they
never rained and if they did, we were crying together … this is the secret of the
skies which they divide with every painter. This is not my discovery, it's known
to every painter in the world.