In the Mood for… Marc: Little Monkey (acrylic on canvas; 30×24 cm; 2016) In the Mood for… Rousseau – The Dream (acrylic on canvas; 40×30 cm) In the Mood for… Velázquez – The Rokeby Venus (acrylic on canvas; 40×30 cm) In the Mood for … Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring (acrylic on canvas;Continue reading “In the Mood for… Paintings inspired by the Masters”
Since everyone is concentrating on the North Pole these days (´cause that´s were Santa´s supposed to live;), I thought some seasonal greetings from the South Pole wouldn´t come amiss;) Wish you all a very Merry Christmas!!! Have a lovely time!!!
Last night I watched another of my all time favourite, pre-Christmas movies – and this is what I quickly sketched 🙂 Let´s see, if you can guess from which film this scene is! (Give you a little clue here: it´s from a classic film that was one of the most successful in box-office history.)Continue reading ““Guess what!” … and yet another one”
A pair of gerbils in a coconut gerbil gerbils guinea pigs In the Mood for Beatrix Potter
Let me show you how my paintings come into being step by step: In the Mood for… Velázquez – The Rokeby Venus In the Mood for… Degas – Dancers at Rehearsal In the Mood for… Vermeer – Girl with a Pearl Earring
If you´re anything like me, you´ll wonder how fast Christmas is upon us every year anew, too;) As a rule, I try to make as many selfmade presents as I possibly can, ´cause I myself like these kind of presents the most 🙂 So I´ve come up with some last minute DIY Christmas Present ideasContinue reading “Last Minute low-budget DIY Christmas Presents”
At the end of the year, I get, as everbody else I suppose, a little bit sentimental and tend to watch all the films I really love and can never get enough of 🙂 But this time, while enjoying my film and somehow managing to make a mess with pop corn and spilling theContinue reading “Guess what!”
That´s how I must have looked yesterday, wrapped up from head to toe and determined to enjoy my walk despite the icy wind;) ´Cause you know: There´s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing!
I started working on a new painting today, inspired by the famous “Rokeby Venus” (around 1650) by Diego (Rodríguez de Silva y) Velázquez who was one of the most important spanish painters during the Golden Age. As the leading artist of the Spanish Court he painted a lot of portraits of the Spanish Royal familyContinue reading “In the Mood for… Diego Velázquez – The Rokeby Venus – Part I”