It has been scientifically proven that the area of focus of human eyesight is about the size of a golf ball in his extended hand. Everything outside this spot is a peripheral vision and it is rather blurred. Our angle of vision is very narrow and to see what is around us we first turn our eyes and eventually our heads and bodies. In a lucid dream this angle of focus is much broader which gives the perception of panoramic view. The most interesting however, is that one can see inside or under objects which are not transparent and somehow to see their nature (hostile, gentle, loving etc.). In this collection I am attempting to interpret this on the canvas. These are pictures of places I visited in my dreams. In a lucid dream the colours are much brighter than in the reality, or what is generally referred to as such. There is a story behind some of them but what I am trying to capture is the mood and the ever present sensation of mystery.