|His pictures leave the inexpressible in words sensation of any mystical unity of sound, idea and light, combination of wisdom of the ancient East with contemplation of the beginning of the twentieth century and tragedy of the end of the second millennium, ineffable in words emotional and spiritual harmony. With all their metaphorical nature they ideally transfer the inner life of the creator, how much feeling he manages to expand on his works. Mythticism and abstractionism run through his entire creativity, but at the same time he manages to so implement his idea, that much becomes clear to a spectator. That is the very creativity in vivid, pure form.|
I asked Adgur why he draws. "I like it. That is as if apart from me. In my pictures that which is absent is of the most importance, as the reality which appears is that very game on which something is built".