My style and inspiration alters in the very course of painting. I work on different themes: religious, abstract and social issues. I let my inspiration decide which topic and style to choose for a certain painting. Working on different materials has a significant influence on the texture of a painting; e.g.religious themes are performed in linocut. The technique and texture communicate the main idea of the theme in different ways; for instance, black and white, black and red tones are sharp and expressive, which gives a rather characteristic touch to the painting. Since 2009, my style evolved and I have switched to realistic surrealism as I feel that it is a fascinating and versatile topic both from contextual and technical perspective. Realistic surrealism can be rather plain, that's why I play with color and pay a lot of attention to trends in colors. My works express my desire and constant quest for something new and inspiring.
2006-2007 - DAAD Scholarship at University of the Arts Bremen (Hochschüle für Künste Bremen) 1999-2005 - The Faculty of Graphic Drawing at Tbilisi State Academy of Arts 1995-1999 - The Faculty of Fine Arts at Tbilisi I. Nikoladze Arts School
Exhibitions 2001:Basement Theatre - Tbilisi 2003:Basement Theatre - Tbilisi 2004:Karvasla Exhibition Hall Tbilisi 2011:My Art- Tbilisi 2015:Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi History Museum "TEMPUS FUGIT" Personal Exhibitions 2007:‘Art in the Garden’Künst imGarten – Fischerhude, Germany 2007:‘Seitenblick am Domschof’ - Bremen, Germany 2007:Lagerhaus-Bremen, Germany 2012: "Academy+" -Tbilisi, Georgia 2013:Georgian State Museum of Theatre, Music, Cinema and Choreography