In comparison to the large scale abstract paintings by Chubarov his smaller-scale chamber works like the multi-figure ink compositions are characterized by artist's pictorial impetus. Artist accentuates individual body parts, both male and female, that are involved in wild merrymaking. In these provocative works, we find primal forms of human life, a turbulent world surrounded by a multitude of men and women peculiar to the late Picasso's paintings.
These works also tend to transform. They demonstrate a rampage, a drama that overcomes the dominance of the world, in a way that may seem surrealistic. In some cases, these multi-figure scenes turn into a world of brushstrokes, which seem to absorb their characters and we find a lot of truth in these works, when we try to pass them off as our own fantasies.