When I show my works to people, they often look for inspiration by other artists in them. Well, at first it might seem great to be put in one raw with Van Gogh or some other famous painter, but eventually you feel uncomfortable with it, because what if you did not care about Van Gogh at all when painting the picture?! Why should you? To prove what? That you have a bloody idea about world art? What for? In those days people seem to like to look at the world as of a sort of a finite structure. They say everything has been discovered already and all that is made is just a sort of paraphrase. Especially in Poland. Especially in Europe.
I guess it does also have something to do with the inner need to have everything explained and justified instead of leaving a space for the possible unknown, unexplained, unseen. People are also fond of comparing things. For me my own reality here in Poland seems too limited to encompass my point of view on things, people and world. If I were to function in it according to its rules, I would feel empty like a nutshell, because I know that the seed can sprout big and green. I have seen so many big trees in my life. The only thing you need is space and time. That it is exactly what I try to express in my works.
Today I decided to finally check out the symbolism behind the Eye of Horus in the Internet. Well, it sounds quite interesting: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oko_Horusa