“I prefer images that are less specific, so there is room for everyone’s imagination.” Robert Rauschenberg, painter
“A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us.” — Franz Kafka, Czech, Letter to Oskar Pollak (27 January 1904)
high up in the alps you will some such kind of alpine chalets, where a diarymaid or a dairyman live the whole summer with the cows. Thank you for viewing my art. If you are interested in purchasing this painting please contact me by email – firstname.lastname@example.org Beispiel einer Sennerhütte auf den Almen […]
“Three things are needed for success in painting and sculpture: to see beauty when young and accustom oneself to it, to work hard, and to obtain good advice.” — Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Italian, sculptor, painter, architect
Just another stairway to heaven just for you. Built in steps to an upper level of the forest with an opening to the heavens above. Image yourself here taking a hike, then climbing these steps for the very next view. What will you see and hear… tranquility? The sound of a flowing creek is in…
Natural fracture patterns in Jurassic rocks at Seatown in Dorset, England, re-coloured with digital wizardry.
“The ups and downs make you who you are. There’s no end game here, there’s no pot of gold waiting. It’s really just knowing that I lived my life as an artist and that I did it on my own terms. And I get to keep the lights on for another day.” — Peter Fiore, […]