We were in Hamburg last week and had lunch in a rustic little restaurant on the water. Going back up to the street afterwards I saw a spectacular light display: a group of people deep in the shadows and dramatic
This row of freight cars is parked on an unused railway track near my parents‘ home. I love walking along the tracks there. Because this was part of the steelworks railway system, the tracks lead to all kinds of industrial
There is a new page on this website and it’s labelled ‚St. Nicolai 2017‚. I post paintings and drawings of the church of St. Nicolai in Luneburg on this page. St. Nic (as I have started calling it now that
My favourite pair of hands cradling a cup of coffee this morning. A man reading the paper on the train home from work. Meine allerliebsten Hände auf der Welt mit einem Kaffeebecher. Ein Pendler mit der Zeitung auf dem Rückweg
I posted the initial gouache study I did for this one a few days ago. I didn’t realise it back then but the composition didn’t actually have a good focal point. It took me another little study, this time in
…in the shadows – ehm no, on the train. Two examples in watercolours!
I have a bit of a thing about sketching people on trains (check out this post, this one, this one or this one explaining my approach to travel sketching). Last week, I started a travel sketchbook dedicated to travel sketches.
It’s in the title! Both my parents were steelworkers when they were younger, so when I came back from a walk at theirs with a continuous line drawing of this crane my mum was able to explain everything to me.
A little pile of forgotten wood covered with snow. Study in gouache.
I had tons of fun the other night whilst talking to my friend!