Monthly Archives: March 2014

Knife/Crow piece finished – thanks to Paul Holsby

The other day as I was cleaning up in a remote corner of the property I found a couple of pieces discarded by the previous owner/artist Paul Holsby. The had cut tin plates in abstract (?) shapes and colored them. … Continue reading

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Keeping very busy, starting new stuff

I wonder if I am showing too much? Updating too often? I started a new piece today, smaller, 30 x 25 cm.

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Very unhappy – happier now

I was incredibly unhappy with the vandalism of my painting and I felt I needed to fix it, touch it up, somehow. So I did… believe it or not, I feel happier now. Maybe not happy, but happier. If that … Continue reading

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Vandals in the studio

Look what happened today! Disgusting… As I feel rather troubled by this act of vandalism, I assume others will as well. And if they do, I guess it will be quite alright. My mom came for a visit a couple … Continue reading

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Next step

Could not let it rest. One more step.

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Something different

The result: a pain in the neck. I will let it rest for a day or so. The plan was to leave the top 2/3 area unpainted. Not so sure about that now? Boring? What does it need?

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New stuff in the works

I have started a new piece. A difficult project because I am working on a pretty low grade plywood board that is like rough paper – the oil seeps out sideways and makes the contours fuzzy. And I want to … Continue reading

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