When you stand for nothing, you fall for everything. Drawing; Size A1; price: ask, the Year 2017- 2022 Update from 2022, December . Finally, in August 2022, I finished the drawing based on my dream long ago. I am satisfied with the result. Drawing such a large piece on significant paper costs a lot of time, energy, and determination. The size of it is 42 x 63 cm, and it is to buy for 1000 pounds. Per hour, I will probably make 5 pounds - excluded material. How can you survive as a creative person in the world of cheap, printed and copied artworks? You can't. But I am crazy, and painting, drawing, and creating it is my passion. It is my life; When you stand for nothing, you fall for everything. (no idea who wrote it first?) As Bob Dylan said: “What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between d
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I like this painting. In my humble opinion, "My brain" from the Brain Series is an exciting, original and uneasy work. Everything about making it was unusual. I painted/collaged it on the grass in front of my studio and worked long hours without getting tired. My brain was making/helping with creating it. It has been made of old CDs, wires, pieces of wood, plastics, old seeds, screws, nails, nuts..and probably many other things I forgot. Here is my brain talking to the world. I remembered to be high in spirit and energy when working on it. It is a giant canvas 120 x 140cm. I am an empath, end my brain is very often bleeding when watching and reading and seeing the reality, inequality, unfairness, climate disaster, and the extinction of animals and plant species .it is not an optimistic image. That is why my brain was bleeding and still is.
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Portraits with a touch of surreal, imaginative aspects, sometimes dark, funny or light and always mysterious. It is the way a painted image of somebody should be created. We all have secret spots in our souls, aren't we? Maybe I am wrong. I don't know. Perhaps just an exact image as in the photograph should satisfy a few and be accepted as good enough. Maybe for some. But not for me. I want to paint the person in their imaginary cosmos, and I love the impenetrable story around the character. Here are some examples of portraits in different styles: super realistic, imaginative, surreal, fantastic. You, as a customer, have the last word; however, I will try to persuade you to allow me to surprise you with my imagination.