There's a need for art to aim for beauty.
For me, impression of artwork and emotions it evokes in viewer at first sight, are most important. Art should be accessible for everyone, and I believe that everyone can understand art. We just need to keep things simple, not force people to listen and overthink, and finally work out what a picture is about. One just needs a short view, and then he feels "something" - and that is, in my opinion, art. To grab attention without noise and explanations, to make people feel again. And in this way, lifting their spirit, and ultimately push entire society forward.
Self-taught, working with digital media since 2008. I originally wanted to be a car designer, but at the age of 17 I've been diagnosed with anxiety disorder and severe depression. Thus, I sought my way for creative expression, and found it in digital art.