lapland impressions (3) – secret life of roots

the work was born last summer (2017) in my cottage in finland/lapland, some 200 kilometers to the north of the arctic circle. i had kind of home chemistry over there, experimenting with different materials: acrylic paints, inks, chemicals, water and fire… i really could enjoy painting to the fullest, ‚cause the sun didn’t set…                                                                                                            mixed media: layered bioresin with acrylics, inks, metallic pigments etc. on metal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

lapland impressions (2) – botanical gem

lapland’s fells conceal mysteries. this is no surprise, since they have been there for so many tens of millions of years just where they are today. telling me never ending stories. mixed media: inks, metallic pigments, bio-resin etc. on ceramic and wood.

lapland impressions (2) – botanical gem. mixed media: inks, metallic pigments, bio-resin etc. on ceramic and wood.

detail of lapland impressions (2) – botanical gem. mixed media: inks, metallic pigments, bio-resin etc. on ceramic and wood.

detail of lapland impressions (2) – botanical gem. mixed media: inks, metallic pigments, bio-resin etc. on ceramic and wood.

lapland impressions (2) – botanical gem. mixed media: inks, metallic pigments, bio-resin etc. on ceramic and wood.

lapland impressions (1) – glowing like an emerald

lapland impressions – glowing like an emerald. mixed media: inks, metallic pigments, alcohol, bio-resin etc. on ceramic and wood. this was an interesting experiment – to use alcohol for a painting, instead of drinking it 😉😂

my science – my cells (7)

my science – my cells (7): working in concert with one another…to keep outside out, allow necessities in, permit others to leave . the idea to have in the cells a mirror of the circle of live fascinates me!! to me this also looks like spheres that evolved in the foam of the surf between sea and land, as a primeval cell 🤗 mixed media, inter alia airbrush colours, acrylics, bio-resin, embedded in plywood (40 x 40 cm).

my science – my cells (6)

my science – my cells (6): working in concert with one another…to keep outside out, allow necessities in, permit others to leave . the idea to have in the cells a mirror of the circle of live fascinates me!! mixed media, inter alia airbrush colours, acrylics,bio- resin, embedded in plywood (40 x 40 cm).

brainstorming: extreme snow and freezing conditions – in my head 😉

brainstorming: extreme snow and freezing conditions – in my head. it’s interesting to be witnessing the multible birth of the snowflakes – till full-grown to a whiteout. that’s the true sound of the nature. anyways, warm thoughts keep the soul warm, even in stormy weather. yep, emotions are just valuefree feelings, only the poor thoughts try to classify them 😄 mixed media: acrylics and several layers of bio-resin on canvas.

my anothermicroworld – geology of the soul (22)

my anothermicroworld – geology of the soul (22). somebody said once the soul is a circle. i have always loved this symbol for wholeness and eternity, as i love our circular planet of mother earth, too – the home of all humanity. my job is to dream and to create new sights and worlds, where we hopefully understand each other without words, through imagery language. mixed media: acrylic paints, inks, mixatives and bio-resin, all embedded in plywood (40 x 40 cm).

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my anothermicroworld – geology of the soul (22). mixed media: acrylic paints, inks, mixatives and resin, all embedded in plywood (40 x 40 cm).

my anothermicroworld (23) – geology of the soul: melting ice

my anothermicroworld (23) – geology of the soul: ice is melting. mixed media: acrylic paints, inks, resin on metal, all embedded in plywood (40 x 40 cm).

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my anothermicroworld – geology of the soul: ice is melting (23). mixed media: acrylic paints, inks, resin on metal, all embedded in plywood (40 x 40 cm).

 

globe of flowers / wishful thinking

globe of flowers / wishful thinking: doodling, the most subtle temptation since drawing was “invented“. inbetween the time-consuming projects it is so relaxing to doodle. rapidograph on paper (35 x 45 cm)

complex (2) – just playing

complex (2) – just playing with the density of colours. i am amazed how they sometimes make so good connections or are repelling in a fascinating way – and me, diving into anotherworld…into the the deep sea of the fantasy.