“Everything you can imagine is real.”
Picasso

I live by these words of Picasso. Painting belongs to me, and always has. It allows me to express myself, helping me to channel and capture feelings since I was a teenager.

My colors celebrate life and invite the the viewer to do the same. Through my art, I aspire to appreciate every moment of life, no matter how seemingly small.

I use dynamic brush strokes, layering various mediums, and take objects and forms out of context, arranging them in new relations and settings. I strive to create new harmonies, as well as contrasts in form and color, and, in doing so, hope to symbolize my understanding that all existence is about contrasts and the nuances in between.

 

My Creative Tipp

Zentangle, a drawing method that is not about the result. But about drawing itself. Line by line. You can read more on my page Zentangle.

Once or twice a month I send out my Artletter. There I share creative tips, new artpieces, great freebies and tutorials 

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4 Tips to Reconnect With Your Creativity

4 Tips to Reconnect With Your Creativity

We have all had those moments where our brain feels stalled, unable to think with the same creativity we typically thrive on. It’s a very common feeling, particularly if you don’t have a habit of helping yourself recharge. Habits are key in helping you avoid a mental...

5 Tips To Give Your Home An Artistic Touch This Year

5 Tips To Give Your Home An Artistic Touch This Year

As an art lover you, no doubt, want your home to reflect your love for art and creativity. Making sure that your home has an artistic touch is easy. There are some easy tips you can follow that will make your home more artistic and creative. The following are 5 tips...

3 Books Every Art Lover Should Have Read

3 Books Every Art Lover Should Have Read

If you are an art lover, then you know that there are thousands of books about art, artists, and creative moments that will help you enrich your mind and simply be entertained. There are countless “must read” books about art out there that you should strive to place...