Introducing to you guys: "Freedom in Bloom." The name may seem confusing, but its relevant to the moment when I painted this commission piece. As challenges come forth, we must welcome them. We must see them as opportunity to rise- even if the outcome is unknown or unpromised. Because, if we are facing these challenges while following our passion, then freedom has its chance to finally bloom. So, move, move now, move forward, like you've never done before. Thanks, God for helping me uncover a new level of strength and beautiful part of life.
Hey there, summer people! 🍹
Today I want to show you something that is (a little bit) out of my comfort zone. 😅
I love to try something new from time to time and to challenge me to do or paint things I normally wouldn't. Sometimes painting can be very surprising, even for the painter (I don't have a specific picture or the outcome in mind when I start painting). I really love that, it excites me! And some words to the comfort zone: I'm a person who almost always tries to challenge my fears and to do things I'm really afraid of. It takes my fears (I have a lot of them) and makes me more comfortable in life. Plus it makes the best stories too 😅😉.
What is something out of your comfort zone you would love to do?
Definitely do it!
A day full of work comes to an end! 🖌️
Today I drew a portrait of my cousin that she is going to use as a gift for her grandpa.
That's why I won't post it.
So here you don't see the drawing I did today, but you see the first painting after which I noticed that I can paint! 😂
It isn't even sooo long ago that I painted it (a year maybe). "Nowadays" I look at it and I don't even think that it's so so great anymore, because I recently do so much better paintings (thanks to practice, practice and practice).
I simply make a lot of progress in university, I would have never thought that it would happen so so fast!
I guess it's because there goes no day without drawing or painting since I'm in university for art.
And I guess that's pretty cool, it makes me a happier human to do creative things! 🌈
What makes you happy?
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? 💁