From the beginning of my career, I was interested in the psycho-social implications of structuralizing, modulating and modeling in artistic ceramics and in ceramics design. I wavered between glass and ceramics, being interested in conducting light through shape, but I chose ceramics because I began to use mimesis in my works, to make my ideas more accessible and to grow the social impact of my creation. The viewer may touch the shapes to feel differences between textures, but they can also change the places of the elements to make another installation.
When I have ideas, I feel free from constraints and I try to structure the reality according to my creativity and interior freedom. I wish to challenge the creativity and the spiritual liberty of the art customer through visual and tactile methods, and through ideas. Along these lines, I successfully experimented with art therapy using my creations with the help of psychiatrists and psychologists. The goal of my challenge is to raise the viewer to the level of understanding the message contained in the art pieces and to grow the spiritual liberty.
The content that I wish to transmit to the consumer can be classified into two directions:
Accuracy of the crystal shapes of the material on the highest abstract level (present in the living cell). In addition, I use the sign, the letter, and the configuration as ways of expression, ubiquitous in the society through the Gutenberg Galaxy.
My figurative sculptural ceramics is based on the theme of human destiny. I approach with irony, sympathy, but also with severity, the answers given by humans to their own questions and problems.