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The technological choice in my work is not dictated from outside or conditioned by what is being marketed. E.g. the material suited to constructive works is not necessarily turned down when it comes to finishing furniture.
 The set 'Blue Furniture' - 37 kb

For example, when working in the cafe "Griffin", I coated lower side parts of the furniture by universal sealant, which produced raw surface. On top of this I laid a coat of paint.

 The swimming-pool - 40 kb

The same material I used while laying ceramic plates in the swimming-pool of a private house. In the upper part of the "waterfall" I glued foam-plastic sheets coated with sealant. These materials provide durability and strength of a coating in wet conditions. They also effectively imitate stonework surface.

 The light 'Fish' - 28 kb

The lamp "Fish" in the cafe "Griffin" is metal-framed, covered with translucent polymer fabric saturated in starch paste.

 Octopus - 37 kb

Relieved forms of different figures and ornament patterns, in part the octopus on a wall, are molded in plaster, with a usual spatula. Some of them are painted.

The lamp representing a sea-shell, projecting just out of a wall, is also fashioned in plaster on a metal frame.  The light 'Shell' - 26 kb
The furniture "Crabs" is made in site, without complicated machine-tools, from usual wood and wood-fibrous plates.  The furniture set 'Crabs' - 49 kb
 Niche mural - 37 kb

The niche-painting in the same "Griffin" is performed in acrylic and then covered with transparent cloth, lending the surface the drapery-like quality. Black glitters used in make-up are glued onto the cloth. Thus the effect of wet and scaly surface results.

 The table 'Chest' - 29 kb

The table "Chest" was assembled from usual planks. Metalwork was imitated with card, paints, lacquer. The "treasures" inside the chest were made of glittering beads, buttons, coins, etc. Some paraffin was poured on all these, which produced a velvet-like surface redolent of "antiques". The table top is a 10mm-thick sheet of glass. At the sides of the "treasures" mirrors are established diagonally which reflect the very "treasures" and the faces of those sitting at the table alike.

 Gnome - 26 kb The earthenware "Gnome" was my first ceramic work ever. I made it all through, from modelling and fashioning the mould to the baking and glazing.
 Stained glass window - 36 kb Stained glass in the private house was imitated by special lacquers, which is much more economical and less material-consuming.
 Macrame - 30 kb Macrame was woven from thick thread. I also used wooden sticks and rings.
 Bas-relief - 40 kb I made the bas-relief from plaster and decorated it with paints.
 The stonework - 42 kb I imitated the stonework with plaster too, using a common spatula.
 Billiard room - 40 kb

Metal braces on window frames and beams have been imitated by plastic means. They are coated with acrylic. They don't differ at all from real metal gussets on radiator screens.

 The vine - 35 kb As for the grape vine, it is also made of plaster, with a usual spatula and brush.


 Art constitutes  a subjective  aspect of  human  creativity,  science - an  objective one.

 In the interior  an artist and a  scientist sign  a peaceful  agreement for  ever!