Ghostly Image: The Three Sisters

    It´s been a while since I painted one of my ghostly images, and I hope you will like this one! It´s been inspired by the painting “Three Figures: Pink and Grey” by the American painter James Abbot McNeill Whistler (1834-1903). One of his most famous paintings is “Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1”,Continue reading “Ghostly Image: The Three Sisters”

Birds of a Feather (inspired painting)

Sometimes when I read a story or a poem, images just pop up into my head and fill me with the wish to fix them on paper or a canvas. This is what happened when I read this truly magnificent and original short story “Birds of a Feather” by my dear friend Mary Cathleen Clark.Continue reading “Birds of a Feather (inspired painting)”

Ghostly Ruins

  I started this painting months ago and let it lying around in order to do other things instead. Sometimes it is like that with a painting. It kind of needs time to incubate. Today however I finally finished it, my Ghostly Ruins! Hope you like it!

Ghostly Image – Love

    My latest ghostly image “Love” has been inspired by a wonderful short story called “A Promise of Paradise” which I came across this highly fascinating blog “Cakeordeathsite” – please visit it! I find the story absolutely captivating and very intriguingly written. It´s lure reminded me of the works by Kafka and Stephen King.Continue reading “Ghostly Image – Love”

Ghostly Image: The Silence

  This ghostly image of mine has been greatly inspired by the painting “The Silence” by the swiss painter Henry Fuseli (german: Johann Heinrich Füssli, 1741 – 1825). He is one of my favourite romantic painters who´d great influence on other painters such as William Blake.

Ghostly Images

As you´ve seen, I like to keep a record of the developing process of my paintings, maybe because I sometimes can´t really believe that it was me who painted them.   When I showed a friend of mine my paintings – quite reluctantly ´cause as you know: it´s a “secret art expedition”;) – she alsoContinue reading “Ghostly Images”