A manuscript as an information medium carries not only some information, but also reflects the spirit of the age.
Calligraphy reveals such different aspects of the human being as moral virtues, personal opinion of the beauty, and also immediate feelings of the minute. It helps leave a large footprint in the sands of time.
It is impossible that life processes and phenomena do not influence the artist.
A personality is grown up in the society, so as artists create their works to add the opinion.
Being outside a masterpiece can not be up-to-date, and it can not bear the attributes of time and place.
Calligraphy gives us the most delicate and unique ideas about aesthetics.
"Remember not the sins of my youth..." Psalm 25, 7.
Calfskin vellum, ink, pen, acryl, brush, 15x18 cm, 2009.
Paper, ink, acryl, pen, brush, 29x21 cm, 2008
Vellum, ink, acryl, pen, brush, 18,5x13,5 cm, 2008.