New York - The most interesting places of the New York City are presented in this series. New York is the city of peoples' dreams and aspirations, where one can reinvent oneself, and change one's destiny, and create new reality. When New York was founded, at the dawn of the modern age, London and Paris were 1500 years old, Rome and Beijing were 2000 years old, and Jerusalem was 4000 years old. And yet, fascinatingly, in the centuries to come, what started as a tiny colony at the far end of civilization, would rise as the greatest city in the world, the cultural and business center of the world, and the supreme laboratory of modern life. And, from an artist point of view, an endless inspiration for creativity. But for me, New York is also home with all the dear and favorite places. The series is constantly being updated with new art works.
Toronto - Toronto series contain art works created while traveling for work between New York and Toronto in 2014-2015 years.
Toronto is the best city in the world and the best city to live for young people, as was concluded in 2015 by several major studies, including the Economist’s. This series is a tribute to Toronto and its status as a best metropolis in the world. Toronto’s iconic statue of the CN Tower is spectacular, representing a human attempt to confront conformity of the utilitarian architecture. Toronto presents many ways and views to represent its visual and aesthetic charm.
Water - This series is inspired by an art exhibition in New York called Breaking Surface in August 2015. It includes many images where water is the main object of study.
Abstract - Abstract views and visuals are experiment with, using visual language with an objective to create “affective” art that would contribute to a new understanding of the experiences of pleasure, discovery, inspiration, and infinity.
Biblical - This series contains images that represent various stories and images from the Bible.
Financial - This series is inspired by the modern financial theory. (such as Black Scholes Model, Capital Asset Pricing Model, and Fixed Income Mathematics). The fascinating thing about it, is that finance is as much art as it is science, as the very creation of the constructs would have been impossible if science hadn’t laid the initial groundwork, and the aim of all of these models is to try to logically explain the behavior of the stock market in an emotionless, rational manner. But the truth is, that human behavioral and emotional reactions impact the markets as much, and the impact the various market events have is far more reaching that any model can describe. And that essense of finance being part art and part science is captured and visualized in this series.