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Poster – Where we belong

195.00 kr

Print from the original painting “Where we belong”. Available in the following size 50x70cm

The colours displayed on your computer screen can vary slightly from the finished print.

Dispatched within 1-5 working days.

Description

I tend to write a few lines about what each painting means to me, which is something I like doing and I hope it will give the beholder another layer, another aspect of me and my art. Perhaps it stirs something within you too.

The dynamics, the contrasts and the power; I simply love this abstract, grand landscape that literally stops me in my tracks. It almost takes my breath away when I think about how this painting came about, the different phases of the process, layer upon layer, to-ing and fro-ing, changing my mind, whirlwinds of emotions that keep on changing. 

This started off as a paint-clearance job, as I every once in a while, go through my tubes and pots of paint that are nearly empty and finish them off on a blank canvas. A fantastic, abstract image emerged with a hint of a face, but I didn’t stop in time. I overworked the whole thing, which eventually ruined it. 

Like so many times before, I felt I had messed up, but new possibilities often arise from my mistakes, so I covered it with completely with paint, then turned it 180 degrees and I was extremely pleased to make out the horizon through the variegation. I love the colour combination and I feel it is vibrating with something bigger and mightier, something only nature itself can generate. To think that I get to be a part of this magnificent force.

Description

I tend to write a few lines about what each painting means to me, which is something I like doing and I hope it will give the beholder another layer, another aspect of me and my art. Perhaps it stirs something within you too.

The dynamics, the contrasts and the power; I simply love this abstract, grand landscape that literally stops me in my tracks. It almost takes my breath away when I think about how this painting came about, the different phases of the process, layer upon layer, to-ing and fro-ing, changing my mind, whirlwinds of emotions that keep on changing. 

This started off as a paint-clearance job, as I every once in a while, go through my tubes and pots of paint that are nearly empty and finish them off on a blank canvas. A fantastic, abstract image emerged with a hint of a face, but I didn’t stop in time. I overworked the whole thing, which eventually ruined it. 

Like so many times before, I felt I had messed up, but new possibilities often arise from my mistakes, so I covered it with completely with paint, then turned it 180 degrees and I was extremely pleased to make out the horizon through the variegation. I love the colour combination and I feel it is vibrating with something bigger and mightier, something only nature itself can generate. To think that I get to be a part of this magnificent force.