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Size of paintings:
30 x 40 cm…………4500 kr.
50 x 60 cm…………6800 kr
60 x 80 cm ……….10300 kr.
75 x 95 cm………..12500 kr
84 x 99 cm………..13500 kr.
90 x 120 cm…….. 18000 kr.
90 x 210 cm………25700 kr.
100 x 130 cm…….20100 kr.
130 x 190 cm…….28000 kr.
150 x 195 cm…….32000 kr.
90 x 210 cm
Years ago, my eyes fell on Nicolas Poussin's painting, Et in Arcadia ego, 1640. The picture shows some shepherds looking at an epitaph with this wording. The interpretation points in the direction of the transience of life. The artwork is a good clue to the understanding of my visual expression. There is the right mix between culture and nature. People together around a sacrophagus. In my universe, it is a depiction of life, where my characters interact in undefined parkscapes, often naked, bearing an erotic radiance or vulnerability in nature. A landscape with remnants of civilization, a temple, a car wreck or simply an abstract form. The box that forms the sarcophagus is rotated in the image space. The baroque classism of Nicolas Poussin with two vanishing points In contrast to the fixed perspective of the Renaissance, gives me ample opportunities for expression to define an arbitrary point in the image space.
My paintings are characterized by my love for the classical masterpieces, even though I grew up in the postmodern era.
Minimalism and conceptualism enrich me intellectually, but it is colors and canvases that constantly fascinate me on a deeper personal level. Can I find a way for the painting in our time.
A few years ago I switched to acrylic paints. It is quite different. I was preoccupied with changing the color attitude. Therefore, I test quite systematically what it means if, for example, the red color gets more leeway. The same applies to the acrylic paint's possibilities for painting more precisely, whether it is a form or a human figure that I paint on the canvas.
In the work process I often get lost. Sometimes it works well in a strange mixture of building up and breaking down. Sometimes I include different materials which I attach to the canvas in order to try new ways if possible.