Monthly Archives: October 2011

Enjoyable work

As I thought before I started, I am really enjoying to work on this large painting. Last year I made a miniature painting of part of his face and now I can recognize some areas. It still does not really … Continue reading

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New solution tried again…

I like to play with glass and spraypaint. I have mounted three layers of glass in front of the painting. The first I sprayed with a very thin layer of silver, the next I dripped black spraypaint on, and the … Continue reading

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Light at the end of the tunnel…?

I can see, or sense, some light… some hope… at least I am having more fun. But there is still more work needed. I have also been working on a miniature piece, 8,4 x 5,5 cm. The purpose of this … Continue reading

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Creating is waiting

I know for sure that I can do a good job in many ways, but when it comes to painting it is totally different. I never know. Maybe that is the reason why I want to paint? It is maybe … Continue reading

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Finding faces…

True to my ambition of always doing something I have never done before, I am painting a face with something like a mirror image in the same picture. Hopefully I can balance this work. The trick is not to overdo…

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Trying to find a new face

I have started a new painting. I don’t know this person, have never met her, but I know who she is. Now I have started the difficult process to find a face that will be interesting to look at regardless … Continue reading

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Two Happy Brothers, one beaming father, and one confused artist

If you don’t risk making a fool of yourself, you will never make a fool of yourself… Well, I said I am confused. Often I feel very unsure of what I am doing while I am doing it. It often … Continue reading

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