I have studied painting and sculpture in college and have a B.A. in arts. Then, I decided to study architecture and graduated with M.B. while still practicing as an artist. That was the hell a long time ago - in the '80s. After moving to Tel Aviv, Israel at the end of a decade, I needed to give up the artist's career, just because I needed to earn for living. Years passed, and I succeeded in architecture more or less and even had an office with a partner. In 2017 made a tough decision to return to the art career and left the office for good. Since then, I work hard to find a way out of the entanglement and paint, with the feeling "it's now or never." I am not kind of guy, who suddenly realizes that he wants to paint, but the one who planned to do it from the very beginning (age of 6) and worked a lot to achieve the pro-level.