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Although the artist works in just about every painting medium as necessary,

oil colors are his favorite choice (on canvas or other appropriate surface).

When used by observing the technological rules, oils have been proven to last

and to retain their color vibrancy for centuries. They convay this special feel

of classicism more than any other painting medium. In adition to the "classic"

brush technique the artist likes to experiment by applying the colors using

a knife, or just his bare fingers, by tapping on the surface with cloth, spounge,

or sandpaper, by scratching it with different sharp objects. In some cases the use

of colages, stickong objects to the painting or mixing the paint with sand, etc.

produces interesting results. The variations in such improvisations are endless.