Monthly Archives: September 2012

A new high gloss varnish

I have found a new varnish with higher gloss – better surface. Advertisements

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Something like a classic portrait?

Does this look like a classic portrait? I don’t know, I’m still enjoying the challenge. A couple of layers of varnish and then…?

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I could need an assistant now…

I have been very busy today, a lot of things are happening, but only a few things to show. I decided to fill the cracks with black in this one. And then I worked on this one. I need to … Continue reading

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Taking a risk is necessary

I applied a layer of varnish this morning and it was drying very slowly. So this afternoon I was impatient and I covered the painting with burnt sienna. My idea was to simply wipe off the paint and let all … Continue reading

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Moving on…

I am working on a number of smaller paintings. A couple of pictures of some that are in progress. Each piece is 20 x 15 cm, pretty much the size of a pocket book.

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A new invention! And… All you need is a colorful smile!

Today I came up with a new way to frame my paintings. I cut thin strips of plywood, spraypainted them and nailed them to the outside of the painting. This created a very thin, graphic line around the work. I … Continue reading

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A day of searching

Today has been a day of contemplation and searching. Experimenting and thinking. One example: 31 x 31 cm, oil on plywood.  

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