I rely on abstracting and experimenting in producing this work, in which I connect human nature and geometry patterns, with all its flaws and shortcomings, with what we are conscious of inside. The shapes here are precisely prepared by the use of sharp instruments. They also tend to be geometrical rather than random. These paintings that I worked on in my room, during the isolation time due to the corona virus pandemic, represent my autobiography or my daily diary. I am stressing the possibility of subconscious creativity and innovation. Like most of my pieces are intimately connected to the human being, our surrounding environment, and the issues that might affect us. It is like an autobiography of the human mind and all the issues and messages it accumulates. They resemble the shapes of the optical illusion. The elements of this work are geometric artistic expressions that have visual illusions, infinitely expandable and shrinkable. These shapes cannot seem to move or change except through operations that occur in the visual system itself. My ultimate objective here is not just to please the mind, but to also express its desire to explore the imagination and infinite dimensions beyond the limits of the visual. Which help me to connect to my inner self and understand the world around us, especially during this crisis. As physicist David Bohm, an Einstein fan, said Everything that seems constant in the world, audible and tangible, is only an illusion.