Exhibitions & workshops
If you want me to participate in a workshop, or add my art to an exhibition you have planned, or would simply like to do an exhibition of my available art, feel free to contact me and I will make sure to try my best and fulfill your request.
Live performance & collaborations
I am available for a live performance acts as well, and I’ve done a few in the past. They are interesting if you have a workshop or exhibition in mind as viewers are always curious as to how the artwork is actually made. If you have a company presentation, EXPO presentation, live performance or something similar in mind, I’m open to collaboration as I’ve done it in the past. Same goes for recording video commercials or preparing custom made business gifts.
Here you’ll find all the essential info for any publication or article that you are working on. Also, in the Press Kit you’ll find photos of some of my work that you can use for such articles and/or publications. If you need any additional info – email me and I’ll be happy to help.
Frequently asked questions
Actually, by accident In the January 2010, my brother sent me some images of an American artist who also made sculptures on pencils, and challenged me to try and make something alike. In a few days, I sent him a finished sculpture to show him that I can make it and I have been making sculptures ever since.
The time in needed to create one sculpture depends on the complexity of the sculpture. On average I need about 5 to 10 hours of work to get the rough shape, and a few days to finish the small details.
I use all kinds of surgical scalpels and all kinds of needles. The shape of the scalpel that I want to use depends on the detail I want to work on. Sometimes, apart from the said equipment, I use some other tools, pretty much anything that can help me in accomplish my goal.
No, and I don’t think I will ever try. I get along just fine in small dimensions and I feel safe there. Besides that miniature presents a great challenge to me and that is the reason I’m interested in that kind of art. Miniature as an art is not represented that much, probably because a lot of people don’t want to struggle with small dimensions.