Brainstorming/concept sketches for an upcoming Warsaw Uprising 1944 – themed project. Still missing something. The skull as symbol for this part in history seems to easy, superficial and inappropiate. I want to use… Continue reading
“I find new heart each time I think upon that windy day And if one day she comes to you Drink deeply from her words so wise Take courage from her as your… Continue reading
Messing around for unemployed hands and overemployed thoughts, without the urge to finish them clearly. Enough acrylic-skulls for the moment. Original photography of the lynx skull by Stonedbone.
“In the misty morning, on the edge of time We’ve lost the rising sun, a final sign As the misty morning rolls away to the Reaching for the stars, we blind the sky”… Continue reading
“What shall we use to fill the empty spaces where waves of hunger roam. Shall we set out across this sea of faces in search of more and more applause?” Pink Floyd –… Continue reading
Some preparatory sketches for an upcoming A2-drawing. I noticed that my details were random in the past, so I thought of some modern dinosaur feet and experimented with anatomy, although I just searched… Continue reading
Some dragon-fish-fun-drawings from the past month.
Besides the cities, worlds of streets and constructions of steel, nature gives us rest – a special inner peace and balance. Living between tracks and human traces give a different kind of peace: the… Continue reading
Hinter Den Spiegeln II November 2016 30cm x 40cm acrylics on canvas on board “What shall we use To fill the empty spaces Where we used to talk? How shall I fill The… Continue reading
“Don’t forget that I cannot see myself, that my role is limited to being the one who looks in the mirror.” Jacques Rigaut Still trying to capture a dream figure. It’s difficult to… Continue reading
The first three portraits in coal.
“I wanna see your face painted black. Black as night, black as coal. I wanna see the sun blotted out from the sky. I wanna see it painted, painted, painted, painted black, yeah!”… Continue reading