My life is never ending experiment, throughout trials and efforts to discover and restore the techniques of the old masters and adapt them in contemporary art. I started from restoring antique furniture and during that period got acquainted with metal masters, who revealed a number of metal management secrets. In 1998, I decided to engage in small jewellery sculptures, known as “objet d’art”, but I couldn’t stop creating only from gold, silver and brass. I was seeking more. The artistic furniture restorer’s specialty has made me able to look philosophically more at artwork, and the thought, that all of the works of art, which have been created today will become antique in a few decades or centuries, and it is extremely interesting to know what people of the future will feel and see about it. That’s why I strive for ancient quality and combine it with a modern touch and pass it to future generations.