Some photos I received a while ago that I totally forgot about. This old painting of mine which I gave to a friend many years ago is now gracing the wall in her house over in the States.
So finally something new. Have started painting again and the first one has been added to the 2014 gallery. Although I am not sure whether I am actually happy with it or not. Hmm… I might change it after I am finished with the one I am currently working on. I spent my last few off days painting butterflies. Here some excerpts.
And as it is all about paintings of mine moving to new locations, Siesta II recently moved from Darmstadt to Munich.
Courtesy of Chris. Worth to check out her stories on https://travellingchrisblog.wordpress.com/
It’s all about old paintings that found a new home this week. This one is adding a splash of colour to a friends apartment in Reykjavik. And he was so nice to take a more that professional picture of it when I asked him for a random shot. I think I will ask him to photograph my new paintings once they are finished. He definitely did a good job and knows what he is doing.
As he wrote me: “I used a 50mm fixed lens, with shadowless ring light, 7 exposure bracket with deep zoom detail and color accuracy to photograph your print.”
Another painting that found a new/old home in Meckenbeuren, Germany, is this one here that has been inspired by an amazing day in Portmarnock with view of Howth, Ireland. Yes, I miss that place.
It has been a while since the last post. It’s the beginning of a new year and I have started painting again after a longer break.
Meanwhile a few of my paintings have moved to new locations.
This one made it all the way to Guangzhou in southern China.
And these two found a new home in Darmstadt, Germany ^^
Exhibition is still in full swing and photos will follow soon. But meanwhile I received a photo of this painting which I had almost forgotten about.
Painted it a long time ago as a present from a friend to her fiance. Meanwhile the sleepy leopard has made it all the way to HAWAII and is keeping them happy. Seems like he got a good home there as he is still sleeping ^^