When the gates of the USSR opened he traveled extensively through Europe where he fell in love with Europe's buildings and architecture, particularly those in France. This love affair continues today, even after his immigration to Israel. His subjects include the streets, buildings and shops of France, Italy, England, Greece and Spain. His work creates poignant vignettes, establishing a unique and special relationship between him and these magical places.
As with all Israeli landscape painters, his use of Mediterranean light is a powerful unifying force in his work. He has had numerous one-person and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the USSR and Europe, in addition to several exhibitions in the U.S. and most recently in Japan.