My latest work is based mainly on repeated motives, which by changing colours and sizes, are repeated again and again in various heights, densely set on a surface. It is actually a three-dimensional painting, which can be as high as nine centimetres. I have been working on this idea for about two years and the work has gone through many stages of development to take its current form. I first began working on this idea in 2010, by sketching and then colouring the motives on the surface of the work and by placing only two or three pieces in such a way that they would stick out from the surface. As time went by, the work gradually took its present shape, with a structure that is totally different from the original idea. The pieces that are currently being painted directly on the basis of the work are few because almost all stick out, playing with the different heights. The result is a fully structured picture, with shapes that pop out the one behind the other in a way that some reveal only a part of them and some others can be seen fully. Its topics are taken mainly from things that surround us in our everyday life, objects of everyday use as well as images we see around us and inspire in us beautiful feelings of joy, life and optimism. The materials I use are thick cardboards, on which I draw using oil pastel and acrylic paints and unfading markers, then I cut them and glue. Finally, the work is placed in a box made of excellent quality plexiglass.