Borrowed Images


These are adopted fragments of life,

not created by the artist but already framed by him. In the “Borrowed Images” series, the artist takes us on a journey

of pure abstractions, records

from the street, a walk, a cinema,

a concert, a journey (…)

The author immortalizes fragments

of reality that are not his own creations.

He discovers them by accident, notes them down, sketches them,

and remembers them from everyday life (…)


It's like narrow frames from a broad perspective of life. Moments escape

from the artist's studio because, paradoxically,

it is outside where most inspiration flows. Interesting combinations of random exposures, small elements, and larger objects seem insignificant at first glance. Pointless and without specific functions, just adjacent to each other in public space, these moments stop the artist and inspire him.


He “borrows” them and immortalizes them to bring closer what delighted

far away (…)


In the “Borrowed Images” series, the artist follows the magic of fleeting moments that constitute the true essence of life.

He discovers beauty and meaning

in what often goes unnoticed.

These paintings are a nod to chance, inspiration, and unexpected beauty found in the least expected places, moments, and circumstances. Beauty accessible to everyone, the beauty

of public space. It is an attempt

to appreciate the uniqueness

of everyday life, which sometimes escapes our attention.

But all you have to do is stop

for a moment and look. Then almost certainly, you will notice it.

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