It’s been a lovely weekend, and before I plunge myself into the bustle of the working week I want to share this plein air painting with you. On Saturday, I managed to snatch one of the rare dry moments of
This month was an extraordinarily productive one. My husband was away in the first half and I got into the habit of truly painting for an hour or so every day and maybe a bit more on the weekends. When
This painting is entitled „The cock of the Baskervilles“ because I was listening to „The hound of the Baskervilles“ by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle when painting it.
I’m still grasping for straws for that upcoming exhibition on the topic „Above/Upstairs“. It’s a strange theme but I did my best to come up with my take on it. This was an idea I had when I was sitting
Another idea and draft for a larger painting. The topic which I am trying to tackle is „Above/Upstairs“; that’s the title of the next show in my local art club and I want to contribute fittingly. All my paintings are
I had a business trip to my hometown yesterday and got dropped off early at the train station when I was finished with work. This meant I had a bit of time for sketching before my train departed. I was
This is someone who does not looks like my husband playing a concert bass outdoors, as witnessed yesterday at our friends‘ wedding anniversary celebration. Sketching musiscians is super fun and not as difficult as it seems because even though they
Often it’s the little things that make all the difference, in painting as in life in general. Oft sind es Kleinigkeiten, die das Ruder herumreißen können, und das sowohl beim Malen wie im gesamten Leben.
This one is from the recent mini vacation to the North Sea coast. We met with friends at a beach bar and I spotted these two girls sitting nearby. So whilst talking about this and that with our friends, I
I’m holidaying in Northern Germany and maritime themes abound. This lovely old sail boat was moored in Leer, Emsland. Sadly the wheel was covered, but other than that it was a rewarding motiv. Merken