Description: Landscape of a railroad track. A road that gets lost in a clearly defined perspective. The painting is dry-painted in a hyper-realistic style on abrasive Canson cardboard in a slightly larger format than an A3 sheet.
The author's plot and vision:
"Only forward." The road can be long, long, confusing, and often difficult. One thing is true. It is unique for everyone. This painting captures the philosophy of my path. Such a long search for an approach to art and the realization of myself and my ideas. The symbolism of this painting for me is steadfastness and determination, immutability and necessity. Sometimes it can be very difficult to get up from our knees, to get up and walk. But a step has been taken, followed by another. And there is no other way. Forward, only forward. To the future, to the light, to love. And only a clear sky overhead. The image of the railroad tracks always beckons the traveler. Partly in its simplicity, as he is almost deprived of choice, he does not decide where to turn and whether it is possible to deviate. But it is this simplicity and inviolability in life is so hard for ordinary people. It is much harder to take the straight path through the storms and hardships. That's why I want to get on the platform, get on the train and fly away to the bright future knowing that all the past is behind us. Well, off we go and on we go!