I was born in Ukraine in 1988. At an early age, my parents sent me to an art gymnasium, from which I made constant attempts to escape due to the rejection of a stale academic outlook. One such attempt was crowned with success. I decided to go the other way. My grandfather was a deserved artist, and I grew an artist in myself, being behind him "behind my back": I analyzed, watched, trained the eye for attention. After the death of my grandfather, I did not take a brush in my hands for a long time. Only at 27 years old I seriously returned to painting, understanding what I want and how I see the world around me. My paintings give the viewer the opportunity to conduct their own dialogue with them, without a clearly written and indisputable opinion of the author. What is important is not the plot depicted, but the attitude of the viewer to it, the impression caused by it. It is impressionism.