My works of art depict socio-economic and political themes. I love humanity and peace on this beautiful planet. I have tried my best to address the problems of the most sensitive fellows' human beings,through my works of art.
"War is hugely profitable. It creates so much money because it's so easy to spend money very fast. There are huge fortunes to be made. So there is always an encouragement to promote war and keep it going, to make (See more)sure that we identify people who are 'others' whom we can legitimately make war upon" Roger Waters.
"If the artist’s role has become marginal in modern society, it is not because modern art is intrinsically defective; it is because our society has divested art of all but aesthetic and commercial values, just as it has deprived us (See more)of meaningful spiritual.If the dis accord between the artist and society in modern times is to be seen as a defect, it must be understood as a social problem, due not to any defects inherent in art, but to defects in the value system of modern society" Someone important have said that "an artist is only appreciated after he is dead" -- it is quoted enough to have come out of the Bible. Whatever the source, it exists as a truism of the life of the artist and of the art market as well.Certainly, the truism applies to some quite important artists, like, Gauguin and van Gogh. unfortunately from millions of artists only 50 percent makes 25 percent of their total income from art, and other starving 50 percent artists are getting nothing even a gallery representation in their life or even after death.Most appreciated artists are not more than 100 if we count hardly and a few becomes successful after focused by some giants of the art the market. so think where the aesthetic values stands in the most civilized human era.