The selection of painitings in this Gallery reflects my interest in and the influence of Christian tradition of art. I look into old subjects and give them new expressions. For example the canvas "Fiat" is a keen example. It belongs to the great theme of "Annunciation." But my interpretation departs from the traditional compositions of this subject. Among other elements, it reduces surrounding of the main figure and replaces a traditional messenger with a glow of light. It also introduces a symbol of a menorah to indicate the context of Mary's life.
Finding the new renditions and forms to traditional topics is a challenging task. At the same time, this is exciting for me, to undertake in painting the central themes of Christian spirituality and to discover their appeal and relevance today.

" All art is at once surface and symbol. Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril. Those who read the symbol do so at their peril. It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors. Diversity of opinion about a work of art shows that the work is new, complex and vital."  
- Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), "The Picture of Dorian Gray"
27"x39" oil
36"x48" oil
Elder Brother
24"x36" oil
Fiery Furnace
36"x48" oil
28"x44" oil
36"x36" oil
2'x8' acrylic, gold
Christological Tryptich II
36"x36" oil, coper
Christological Tryptich III
36"x36 oil, gold
Christological Tryptich I 
36"x36" oil, silver
Head of Baptizer
18"x18"  acrylic
48"x60" acrylic
Palm Sunday I
20"x24" acrylic
Palm Sunday II 
20"x24" acrylic
Palm Sunday III 
20"x24" acrylic
Apotheosis of St.Francis
5'x9' oil
Paschal Triptych I
Paschal Triptych II
Paschal Triptych III
Whom They Have Pierced
20"X24" acrylic
Sign of Jonah
13"x19" oil
I Thirst
18"x23" oil
It Is Finished
22"x23" oil