I´m currently doing a printmaking workshop in a papermaking museum. These are some monotype prints, done with oil-based inks and a printing press. Tomorrow we will do lithography which I haven´t done for ages. I´m really curious about the results…
I have always loved the airy quality of watercolour and enjoyed painting with them back at school. Now I´ve started again…
It has been a long time since I last did some paintings using watercolours. But I got some high quality paints and brushes for Christmas so I decided to give it another try. The results are quite interesting, although they don´t have this very light quality of a typical watercolour painting. With these works I was more interested in layering different watercolours.
Nature is always such a rich source of inspiration, especially in fall…
Lately I’ve been somehow obsessed with nature drawings.
Leaves and flowers are slowly withering as fall is arriving, so I did some ink drawings of this natural process.
Whenever I travel somewhere, I take a small sketchbook with me. These sketches where done while travelling through Nepal, some of them on typical Nepali handmade paper.
Sometimes all it needs is a quick sketch of a remarkable scene, which you can later turn into a larger painting.
Being inspired by the wild flowers and plants of my macro photography I did these floral woodcut prints.
Although it has been raining a bit all day I went out and took some shots of the lush
vegetation after this refreshing summer rain.