Wednesday, 26 January 2011

The Organ

Digital, Corel Painter

I was bored and had no inspiration when I started this one. It's very similar in tone to what I used to when I was younger and more into the shock-value of a piece. It's not a great piece, but it has some fun details.

Friday, 21 January 2011

Modern art?

This is actually a close-up of my palett, but it might as well be a piece of modern art that some bullshitting-no-talent-asswipe would sell for a fortune by describing it like this:

- It's an erupting volcano. The heavyset and earthy feel of the volcano symbolises me and my feeling of being shackled to a foundation, and the intense burning red of the lava and fire is my passion for this woman that doesn't acknowledge my love for her. The darker patch in the right corner is the smoke and the residue of said passion that's contained and confined within the claustrofobic frame that is my mind. The big message here is that if only I opened up my mind, the smoke and the sign of my passion would be allowed to fly free through the skies and have this woman know how I feel. Just... Open your mind.

Haha... Yeah, that's how an (con)artist sells (con)art. I am a firm believer that art should speak for itself. Anyone can put crap on a canvas and call it art, and I´m not saying that it isn't art, but if you need to dress it in bullshit in order to justify it and give it some value, then it's likely that it actually IS bullshit.

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Thursday, 13 January 2011

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Boa, process#3


Acrylics on canvas, 2005. I really like the texture and feel of the fur in this one.


Acrylics on paper, 1996. No brushes used, only paletteknives. A still life painting of 2 rusty buckets standing on colored sheets of paper, not quite like anything i have ever done before or after.


Watercolors on paper, 2005. My parents like their cats, hence all these catpaintings in their house.

Saturday, 8 January 2011


As i was going to bed i found Aramis waiting for me. Have to try not to move too much so i dont scare him off.


This one hangs on the wall at my dad's place. Watercolors on paper, 2005. Not really consistent with the tone of most of my other work.;)