His creativity forces a person to dive into reflections on the meaning of life, about good and evil, form a philosophical view of the world.
For example, the project "Dedication or a journey to yourself together with Sri Aurobindo" (paintings No. 1, 9, 13, 14) is an attempt to unify the visual aspect of the perception of painting with the intellectual aspect of understanding the essence of human nature and its secrets, as well as the Mystery of the World that was lost by people 3-4 thousand years ago and re-discovered by Sri Aurobindo, with the help of his theory of evolutionary consciousness.
The project consists of 52 picturesque works united by one theme. These pictures are formulas, paintings, reflections, each of which embodies the knowledge of a certain state of the human psyche. Despite the fact that all pictures are elements of one whole, each of them has an independent meaning and can be perceived as a separate artwork, depending on the level of perception. It can be extremely interesting and practical for those who are interested in human psychology and spiritual practices of the East.
The series of paintings "The Seventh Day" (paintings No. 2, 4-8, 10-12) has more than 30 paintings and is an artistic generalization of the absurdity of human life, which manifests itself in all our affairs. Some of the works are allegorical in nature, and therefore, for greater expressiveness, the author often refers to the depiction of animals embodying certain features of the human psyche.
Republican exhibition "Youth of the Country" (Kiev, 1987)