Still Life. How to preserve. And I don’t mean with sugar or air drying. Painting them works for me. The pear tree in our garden is somewhat of a diva. With really sweet and juice little pears it is like it knows to give fruit only when it pleases. To savor that rare occasion I paint some pears. Here are two paintings. The blue one …
She is hopeful. Yet wary that the first step might be shaky. But she is determined that hope is there. From Dark to Light. Oil on canvas. 100×130 cm.
In-between-painting. Clearing the mind. Paus. Putting the brush on the canvas. Go with the flow of the mind, pick colors by feeling, everything goes. Test: use no white. Blue! Have no idea. Not my typical color to use. Why not. See what happens. A face! What a surprise. I never do that! (Ironi) Flowers! How strange. I never do that. A woman! So unusual. I …
Some paintings are simply brain cleaning. I carry around images in my head, sometimes for years. Some are louder than others and push themselves out on to a canvas. Like this one. Title: “Naturally” Oil on canvas. 73x91cm
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