work in progress.
November – silvermonth – extended into gentle December snowlight. A few weeks spent in the studio; a homecoming. Treading lightly into the image.
oil paint on canvas, 200 x 200 cms; five subsequent stages, February – April 2017
170224 01; wax crayons on paper, 12×14 cms
170224 02; aquarelle crayons on paper (black), 12×10 cms
170223; wax crayons on paper, 12×14 cms
So, this is it, for now (and the actual measure of the painted surface is 61,8 x 20,3 cms, to be truthful). TBC.
painting 21×63 cms,
charcoal, leaf silver, oil paint and blackboard paint on wood panel;
five subsequent stages
…and now that my contribution to Satan’s Delirium is up and running with the rest, it’s time for me to land in the studio again. Had scheduled this October mainly for printmaking, but sadly, the graphic department at the Royal Institute of Art suffered from a devastating fire some weeks ago. No person hurt, but dire material damages – above all, a number of students lost all of their works – and since then, the building isn’t safe and nobody is allowed into the workshops except for carpenters and construction workers.
Graphic department at the Royal Institute of Art, september 21st, 2016.
Photo: Tidningarnas Telegrambyrå (TT)
So, serious shit did happen at the RIA. But I was lucky not to have too much stored in those workshops. I can just stay home and take up painting where I left it in September… a very suitable option, in fact.