|Timofey prepares to hurl his 'paint' at his canvas|
The portraits are of Russian soldiers, known and unknown, who died fighting the Nazis during WWII. After creating them he hangs them on the walls of an abandoned WWII Hospital in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Radya says his portraits, which he calls Eternal Fire, commemorate Russia's struggle against Germany as well as comment on the wars of the world today.
|Timofey and an assistant prepare his canvas|
|The portrait being burned into the canvas|
|A finished canvas|
|Timofey's works displayed|