I am born in Estonia, I did my master’s degree in arts in the University of Tartu.

I would describe my art style as broken realism where in times I move closer to the depicted object and in times I play in the borderline of abstraction. It depends what I find most important in the expression of that material at that moment.

I feel very close to landscape painting, especially if it is painted in nature. In my experience it is a very difficult genre but often not seen that way. As time passes I have begun realizing more deeply what there is to gain from a stunted, a bit melancholic Nordic landscape filled with endless silence. This doesn’t reflect only in the nature but is also the being of the whole environment and the people in it. That interests me. Art can sometimes create a bigger realism from the realism itself and open layers what eye can’t grasp.