Exhibition in Reykjavík

Yes, all the works I’ve been painting in June like a mad woman I just put up at this small gallery space in downtown Reykjavik.

The exhibition is titled “What animal are you?”

So if you are around and feel like dropping by you are more than welcome.

The paintings will be on display at Kingdom Withing Tattoo Studio and Gallery, Skólavörðustígur 24, 101 Reykjavík  from September 1st to September 23. 

Opening times are Mo – Fr, 10 – 5pm.

See you there!

 

 

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Findings in Ireland

I went to Ireland for the summer and it was nice to see some of my old paintings again. I gave these two as presents to dear friends of mine a couple of years ago.

Anonymity

The Inner Child. I also did the drawing on the right. Daughter and dog of the family.

Desert Fox II

And dester fox number 2. I thought they look really cute…

And this has nothing to do with this, but I am just reading Flaubert and came across this quote that I liked:

The art of writing is the art of discovering what you believe. – Gustave Flaubert

Desert Fox I

My first desert fox. I discovered them when a colleague asked “What kind of animal do you look like?” and she said that she would be a desert fox.

Time for another siesta…

I posted a picture of this painting the first time a couple of months ago when it was still a work in progress. So here finally the finished version of it.

And regarding the title… Maybe I just like taking naps so much ^^ (see here for Siesta I & Siesta II)

And I’m getting wings (again)…

Seems like I like similar titles or maybe I just lack imagination for better names (see here Wings I & Wings II) . But here is another follow up painting in the same style as Siesta III. The two kind of complement each other on the wall. It was never intended but somehow just happened.

Time for new stuff

After I felt like uploading a bunch of photos I took here and there the other day, I thought it is about time to put some of the things up I’ve been painting in Reykjavik in June like crazy.

Say hello to Mr. Squirrel.