The “White Crow” is the Russian idiom meaning a person whose behavior or appearance differ from those of others. It is a contradictory symbol of being unusual and different which implies also suffering and being misunderstood and neglected by the others, but at the same time of being exclusive, pure and insecure. In the “White Crow” picture the artist treats this subject in his own way via the sturgeons shoal but not via the human society or a bird flock. The beautiful elastic bodies with the typical longitudinal rows of bone flaps form the vibrating mass which homogeneity is broken by the unusual sturgeon-albino. We don’t wonder if this natural creature feels good or bad. We rather catch ourselves thinking about this powerful painting revealing one of the tricks of nature.