One Year, 91*116cm, Oil on canvas, 2012.8
Alabama Song, Whiskey Bar, 145 96.5 cm, Oil on canvas, 2012
Wedding Song, 130 162cm, Oil on canvas, 2012
I Hope I don’t Fall in Love with You, 80 80cm, Oil on canvas, 2012
River of Tears, 112 145cm, Oil on canvas, 2012
Mreyte Ya Mreyte (My Mirror, My Mirror) 120*50 cm
Oil on canvas, 2012
Like other artists, I concentrate all of my vital phenomena when I paint. It seems as if I am doing nothing, thinking nothing. I usually start a painting without making initial outlines or separate rough sketches, so I feel as if I am painting extemporaneously at the moment of painting. Naturally all my paintings come from the experiences of my life and are closely related to every part of my life. I think that life is itself art and that painting is a tool to reveal various traces of life. There are in some of my paintings dreamy descriptions, while imagination can dominate in some parts, and reality can be at work in others. The I of today paint the I of yesterday. In this sense, as I live a life in accordance with the circumstances of the moment, painting can be a diary that I paint instead of writing.