Hi hasan. I hope I've understood your intentions and that this is helpful to you.
On the first day of my art program at high school the teacher taught us how to see. That was a great lesson. I immediately started to see differently, and as I went on I started to touch differently, then for every aspect of my work and life there was a different way. This different way worked like a filter in front of my eyes, a filter I like to call "aesthetics". With my knowledge of aesthetics I started to develop a unique style of my own, a style that I believe is not just a matter of an abstractive style or a realistic style, a gregarious subject or an introspective subject. So when I adopted different approaches towards painting in different periods of my life, like the days I loved someone, or after I had been tortured for weeks as an internee, or during the years I loved nature, I still had my own style.
I find it hard to convey this style in words, but I can speak about my medium. Canvases, of a rather large size, are the base for almost every technique of mine. The sustainability and ostentation of large canvases are compatible with my subjects. These subjects are painted in sharp colors that are outlined with clear perimeters. My choice of paints has also developed from acrylics to oils, to achieve an overall, lucid style. In my paintings I try to capture a transient concept and sustain it. Bearing in mind that it takes time and effort to find, the concept may be too worthwhile to soon loose, so I clarify its voice to strengthen it against the erosion of time.
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