Virgin and Child with Saint Anne
2014, egg tempera, levkas, metal, wood board, 40 x 30 cm
Egg tempera - the most durable technique, next to wax, in which the dye binder is organic. It can be wine, vinegar or water mixed with egg yolk (egg tempera). This technique has been known since ancient times and is most popular in the Middle Ages. Unlike oil painting, paint dries quickly, shines when dry and is more difficult to select and mix colours.
Lewkas (gesso) - (from the Greek word leukos, i.e. white), glue-chalk primer used in board painting and in gilding. It is applied on the icon in the hot, usually in about twelve layers. One layer for one day. The prayer of the ritual then turns its attention to the Apostles (one for each layer). He reminds us of their deeds and asks for intercession.
2010, egg tempera, levkas, wood board, diameter 50 cm
Harrowing of Hell
2020, acrylic, levkas, wood board, diameter 33 cm
Creation of the World
2017, egg tempera, levkas, wood board, gilding, 30 х 32 cm
2005, egg tempera, levkas, wood board, 41 x 64 cm
Appearance of the resurrected Christ
2017, acrylic, levkas, wood board, 40 x 40
2014, egg tempera, levkas, wood board, gilding, 39 x 32 cm