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Each of the above is an acrylic painted, paper collage, 30cm x 42cm. From left is Back to the future, Klosterstrasse / Mary, and Wolfgang in Leise Park / Der Schrei, Straßburgerstrasse.
This is something new I’ve been working on, and off since January. It is oil on canvas, 50 cm x 70cm. Thanks to Bettina for taking the photo.
Another tryptic of ‘fish in Berlin’. To the left is ‘Lampenlicht Ludwig in Belforter Strasse’, centre ‘Rosa zu Hause’, and right ‘ Gang Green in Munz straße’. You can click on each image to get a closer look. They are acrylic painted paper collages, 42cm by 29,7cm.
Oil on canvas, One metre forty by ninety centimetres. I should say thank-you to Kris, an old school friend of mine who took some better photos of my more recent paintings during a visit he made last week.
Here’s the latest of my water paintings, it’s oil on canvas, and one metre by one metre fifty. I’m working on another at the moment, which hopefully will be finished next week.
Here are three of my ‘fish in Berlin’ series. They are acrylic painted, paper collages, and each 42cm x 29,7cm in size. Please click on image to enlarge. Left is Samuel, and Theo at Alexanderplatz Bahnhof, centre is Carla in a canteen, and right is Vincent at Panorama strasse N°1.
Here is the latest painting, which I’ve just finished this morning. It is oil on canvas, and one metre eighty by ninety centimetres. I’ve started the next painting a couple of weeks ago already, and hopefully will be finished in a couple more.
I have been working on two new water paintings over the past few weeks. This one above is the smaller of the two, one metre eighty by ninety centimetres, and oil on canvas. The other painting is about half way through, so should take another couple of weeks.
Above are most of my fish in Berlin series which I have created over the past few years. You can click on each image to enlarge. From top left to bottom right you have, Arne in Christinenstraße/ Dougle, Doris, und Dirk am Wasserturm/ Gillbert in Dieffenbachstraße, Kruezberg/ Home by the rain, Schönhauser Allee/ Dimitri on a balcony, Teutoburgerplatz/ Millie in Lottumstraße (Feierabend)/ Hercules, and Clarissa, in the Volkspark, Friedrichshain/ Walter, Agnetha, und Sam in Senefelderplatz/ Hieronymus Hecht/ Gillbert’s Aussicht/ David, and Peter in Etc./ Gillbert in the Gloaming . They are all acrylic painted paper collage, and 30 by 42 centimetres in size.
Here are some of the paintings in a series following on from the original ‘fish disco’ I did a few years back. I used to display, and sell the original paintings at fleamarkets, and a local picture framers here in Berlin. All the paintings are oil, and acrylic on wood, mostly 21cm x 30cm, with a few being 30cm x 42cm in size. I have now included a few photos from the original series in this slideshow.
I finished this painting today. The idea I have with this series is to paint a moment in nature. To me this is the most abstract thing I could paint. Nature abstract.
It is oil on canvas, and one and a half metre’s by one metre.
Here is my latest Kleiner Müggelsee painting.
It is oil on canvas, and the full size is 180cm x 90cm
Yesterday I set up my second exhibition in eight months, unbelievable since I hadn’t had one for thirteen years. It contains some of the pictures from the first exhibiton, plus some new paintings.
Here is the latest painting I’ve finished in preparation for my new exhibition. This one is 1m x 0,8m and is oil on canvas once again.
This is a portrait I made of my friend Marco. Originally the plan was to paint him in oils, but created this spontaneously with torn newspaper, and liked the effect so much I gave up on the painting.
I’m now back in Berlin and looking to start painting again!
This is an Acrylic painted paper mosaic I made a few years ago
Here is one of a series of paintings inspired after reading a combination of Xavier de Maistre’s book ‘Journey around my room’, and Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘Sherlock Holmes’, making me look much closer at my immediate surroundings. This particular painting is oil on canvas, 30cm x 24cm.
This is a Hans Gude painting I copied onto someones wall, in oil, a few years ago. Hans Gude was a Norwegian landscape painter, and his painting’s are well worth looking up on Google.