Hyacinth Macaw

  Don´t ask me why, but I´m totally into painting birds these days, so expect to have some feathered friends flying your way in the coming weeks. 😉 This is a water color painting of a Hyacinth Macaw, a parrot that is native to central and eastern South America. With a length of about 100Continue reading “Hyacinth Macaw”

A Pair of Puffins

  A Pair of Puffins (acrylic on canvas; 30×24 cm; August 2016)   Thanks to cutting back a little from blogging, I managed to finish my latest painting – A Pair of Puffins – that I started a couple of months ago! (Usually it takes a month per painting.) Puffins are one of my very,Continue reading “A Pair of Puffins”

We´re Done

After having worked for days on end, the bunnies filled their bellies with tons of lettuce and are now enjoying a well-deserved rest!     P.S. I´m lying in bed as well, but unfortunately with another cold 😦

Snake in a Ribcage

Last week I´ve read one absolutely amazing piece of poetry by Moony that made my head spinning with images. So I asked her if I might draw something in relation to her beautiful poem “The Future” and luckily she said that it would be her pleasure:) It took me quite a while as I hadContinue reading “Snake in a Ribcage”

Navy … eh, Baby Seals

  In late february some seals start having their pups, like the harp seal/saddleback seal which is a species of earless seals native to the northernmost Atlantic Ocean. It´s sientific name – Pagophilus groenlandicus – means “Ice-lover from Greenland”. All female seals have to come back to land, or in this case pack ice, toContinue reading “Navy … eh, Baby Seals”