Whoever finds a direction does not find necessarily the destination.
Abstract painting has high demands, because it consists only of color and form and from this it has to develop into a connecting arrangement.
There will be always discussions about what it really is – does it has to come out of an organised . . . → Read More: Painting is more than just paint
I guess I always have been concerned about our world we live in
These fabric art pieces where done out of frustration, so many carless dictions are made every day.
This work was done between 1985 to 2000
Estai – the oil tanker disaster
The urban picture spider web over . . . → Read More: The environment in fabric art
It is wonderful visiting other worlds. Would be great to live in a place where one side in your world is the ocean that makes you want to see the places behind that big water. This way one always has a dream and that surly never stops the wanting.
. . . → Read More: Getting restless
Abstract – what is it ??
Does not abstract mean that it derives from an abstract thought?
Thinking abstract we understand but an abstract painting????
How to read this painting:
Direction: sacred place
Means: singing forest
How I did get here – see article in “painters world, sea to canvas –sacred places”
The top . . . → Read More: Abstract – what is it ??
The selection committee for the Fraser Valley 2011 Biennale has considered your application. The entries selected are for exhibition in The Reach (Abbotsford), The Act (Maple Ridge), Mission Art Centre, Kariton House (Abbotsford) or Langley Arts Council.
Your submission Political Kite Flyer has been selected to be shown in the Biennale Exhibit . . . → Read More: Participation – participation – participation
acrylic/canvas 15×30″ $ $400.00
Big beautiful drops of crystals slowly gliding down from the tips of the Cedar tree branches - a small yellow glow peeks through the bare limbs of the wild cherry tree – a little hope of sunshine to come. The mist is rising above that tiny waterfall just below my house. A late autumn . . . → Read More: A Rainy Day