"Every religion gives such a load of experiences and feelings that no artist who begins activity in this field can resist them. A matter that interests me but I am not able to resolve it is the matter of the value of a painting or sculpture consisting in sacrality. I am not freed from obsessions about such values. [...] I think that their strength lies in some emotional load which is possible only in the circle of deep faith in what is done, deep faith that this must be done as a tribute to some idea. There are secular sculptures absolutely outside a range of religious topics which with their moving strength are sacral because indeed they strongly make clear the existence of important human values. If a work appears not giving even an answer but which asks some dramatic questions about perpetual human affairs so it is a socially important phenomenon and surely just sacral one" Read more