Drawings with felt-tip pens and markers.
Drawings are phantom images as exist within the limits of
phantom networks in geometrical crossings of lines of polygons.
Geometrical compositions of drawings are real images as are created by means of sets of multi-colored felt-tip pens and markers on a paper.
Drawings in gallery are not products of virtual designing in graphic programs for editing images or photos on screens of computer monitors.
The shown graphic drawings have spatial
perspectives which are designated by geometrical crossings of lines and differ
from traditional perspectives of art space in the fine arts.
Lines of space in the shown drawings coincide with lines of geometrical figures and consequently it seems that shapes and compositions of images exist in space of phantom polygons or multivariate crystals.
Pages of gallery result texts which describe geometrical parameters of space of the shown images.