What if …

What if you slept? What if you sleptAnd what ifIn your sleepYou dreamedAnd what ifIn your dreamYou went to heavenAnd there plucked a strange and beautiful flowerAnd what ifWhen you awokeYou had that flower in your handAh, what then? SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

Two tiny paintings

Working with a limited palette – testing what colours can become. Shapes & lines … … left to the whim – .

Short report from «The 100 day project»

I have completed my first 20 days of the 100 day project … and my biggest surprise so far, is that I’m really enjoying it! I must admit it takes quite a lot of time, but what happens is that I discover things I would not have noticed in a less persistent praxis. Again and…

«One Hundred Poets»

The starting point of the German artist Jürgen Partenheimer’s series of work called «One Hundred Poets» is, as the title (almost) tell us … poetry. «One Hundred Poets» is inspired by the body of work of the same title by Katsushika Hokusai and refers to 100 poems selected by Jürgen Partenheimer from his 100 favorite…

The 100 Day Project

#The100DayProject – The idea is simple: choose a creative project, do it every day for 100 days, and share your process online. This is what I have chosen: 100 days of gelli printing, to learn more about the process of monoprinting on a gel plate – and also to study colour & layering of colour….

A walk on the wild side

Second draft, many more to go – everything is still open to change, except for the title … apparently?! 😅

Hiroyuki Hamada

I love colour — – all the same, it happens I find the world even more beautiful in black & white … … Hiroyuki Hamada (b. 1968, Tokyo) Hamada lives and works in East Hampton, New York.

The Daily Need of the Soul

“You must have a room, or a certain hour or so a day, where you don’t know what was in the newspapers that morning, you don’t know who your friends are, you don’t know what you owe anybody, you don’t know what anybody owes to you. This is a place where you can simply experience…

Marks, motifs, symbols …

I’m collecting marks in my sketchbook. Marks, or motifs, as I (via Fiona Godfrey) have come to think of them. Making, collecting, contemplating – . Some feels like mine, others have to go – even if I love the look of them. I’m not satisfied with using my eyes only. The motifs have to connect…