My clay figure “The Silence” has been finally fired and glazed! After a nice conversation about the benefits of glazing here on WordPress with my dear friend Patty (thank you, Patty, without you I wouldn´t have had the idea to do this!), I decided to give my figurine a kind of semi-glaze. This means thatContinue reading “Ghostly Image Come to Life – The Glaze”
A couple of weeks ago I posted my ghostly image “The Silence” which was inspired by a painting of the same name by Henri Fuseli. Somehow I couldn´t let go of the image, it kind of lingered in my mind. For that reason I decided to try something new and different, something that I´veContinue reading “Ghostly Image Come to Life (well, sort of;)”
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.
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”