The painting Untitled is a set of six connected canvases. It is composed of concentric, oval lines of narrow stripes with uneven edges – it is something between a realistic, and an abstract-geometric representation. It can bring to mind a ploughed field seen from above that resembles a wonderful abstract land art painting. It is a look at everyday practical activity, which, while seemingly prosaic, can yield artistic and aesthetic effects. In what is natural and keeping man alive, the artist notices the beauty of the created forms. The great scale of the entire painting is convincingly justified here – it captures the magnificence of nature.