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Birch Forest Spring

One of the things I love most about living in Scandinavia is the strong contrast between seasons. But even from week to week, nature keeps changing drastically. 214 more words


Another Birch Forest

Autumn is in the air already. Berry picking and wall painting are on hold. Back to my watercolors and glue I’m making the most of rainy days: the spring version of my birch forest is almost done! 30 more words


A tale of three triptychs (part 2)

The second set of paintings was started soon after we returned from Florida in July 2014. It was exciting to have a clear directive for a painting while also having plenty of artistic and creative license in creating it. 51 more words


Oil Painting 2016

It has been some time since I have last painted. But luckily I’m finally getting back to it. This time around I’m experimenting with oil paint and a layered painting process. 23 more words

Mystical Creatures

Death Reaper: Process

For my first post, I thought it might be fun to record snapshots of my painting process. I’ve been experimenting with turning traditional sketches into digital paintings lately. 86 more words


Paintings of landscapes #1

The winter drama of Lake Michigan is often truly astonishing. A prolonged, ripping nor’easter with 15 to 20 foot waves really piles up the ice along the shore. 157 more words

Paintings of shadows #2

This next go round with shadows was no accidental find as in my previous post. I had a wonderful studio in an old building with exposures facing east, north and west. 107 more words