A head in the crowds looking from outside in //
(( The famous “Great Wave” by woodblock artist Hokusai is perhaps the most iconic artwork ever to leave Japan. This is just one of a series of 36 woodblocks produced by the artist of Mount Fuji, the summit of which one can spot in the distance, almost swallowed whole by the crashing wave. This piece has it’s very own emoji, of course: 🌊🗻 ))
one commissioned by the night safari - acrylic and ink on cold-pressed paper. always show love to animals and plants ☝ 🐢
It's been days! 😅
The past week was really eventful for me, so I couldn't be "busy" with Instagram and posting and virtual stuff. 😁 Reality hit me like a truck. 😂
So right now I try to recover from the festival I've joined for five days! I'm glad that it's vacation time for me and I don't have to think about university and appointments stuff too much. One day right before the festival started I did my last exam for the past half year, so now I'm free for the next three months!
Hope you enjoy festival and holiday season as much as I do!
Here's a quick sketch, a double portrait of someone I know. Tried to merge the two faces she made, I thought it would look fresh. ✌️
🌞 Hello guys! Hope you enjoy summer as much as I do! 🌞
I don't want to say too much about the picture of today. It has a darker topic than usual and it's already a few years old (2,3,4 years? Time flies 😅). I was inspired by a photograph I discovered while browsing the internet and maybe a little inspired by my "fear of living" too. It was drawn in an extential crisis, in a time when I couldn't see the future clear and bright and that awakened a great fear in me of what will be.
But don't worry: may the flowers remind us why the rain was so necessary. Right now it's (almost only) sunshine and happy days! 🌻
🦋 Hey there, Instagram! 🦋
This weekend I visited a butterfly house and challenged my fear of insects. 😂
I'm in love with this shot taken with my mobile's camera, because of its paradisiacal look. I wouldn't want to withhold it from the world. 😋✌️
So today it isn't a post about my art... much more about the beauty and "the art" that nature creates.
Look at the butterflies on the little table enjoying their meal! So much cuteness and peacefulness: nature is beautiful! 🌈
By the way, I enjoy painting nature so much more than painting architecture or something that humans created. I adore organic structures and I wouldn't want to miss them in my drawings and paintings and even in photography. Art is more alive with them.
Good morning (from Germany) ! 🐣
Here you see a portrait of my "muse": a wild mechanic while milling a piece of metal. I forgot what exactly he was milling, I was so fascinated by the light sprinkles flying around the living room.
Sometimes I find myself in a situation (or I am the observer of a situation) that seems like a perfect atmospheric baroque-like painting. 😁 Consequently I have to capture it by taking a lot of pictures, so that I can paint it later.
A lot of said situations are while partying (I better not wonder why 😂). Who would be your muse if you would be a painter or a designer? 💁
💚💙💜 Hey there! 💜💙💚 Today is such a productive, good day for me! I'm working on my project about consumption. It's painted in neon like colors to show the overstimulation of going shopping und buying lots of unnecessary stuff. (I did matching heart emoticons, you see 😁) On the picture you see a corner of my canvas, I took it yesterday.
Today I added a Louis Vuitton bag behind the plastic one! I guess that's a pretty interesting contrast 🤔
You'll see it when I'll post a picture of the finished painting... Very very soon! So excited that I'm about to finish this pile of work.
Are you the plastic bag type or Louis Vuitton bag type of girl? 😁