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).

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.

complex (1)

complex (1): playing here with the density of colours…i am amazed how they sometimes make so good connections or are repelling in a fascinating way. mixed media: acrylics, inks, tinted, and layered resin on canvas.

ruska – indian summer in lapland

ruska – indian summer: acrylics, polymer binder, resin on wooden canvas, 50 x 50 cm. the very last colour gasp of the mother earth is completely insane, and i am fully addicted into it…especially in lapland. the colours of fall are even more insane, there, in lapland’s autumn…just to fall in love 😂: they glow, are bright; their fiery shades are just incredible in the fall, in the polar zone. my is in head in fire, my toes in permafrost…

cyani – moments remembered

cyani – moments remembered. acrylic paints, inks, and resin on plywood (30 x 50 cm).