Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Following the coyote back into wilderness



From the temporary interference project "following the coyote back into the wilderness” (in this case a giant poodle who walked into the picture) @the charcoal kilns near Wildrose, Death Valley, California, USA

An hommage to Joseph Beuys’ performance at Rene Block gallery NY 1974  “I like America and America likes me.”

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Skies Away - a studio Archaeology painting project



"Skies Away" is an experimental Studio-Floor-Transfer-painting-series in progress.

The series consists of thin color excavations being preserved on linen, handkerchiefs and paper,
 embracing the accidental outcome.

"Skies Away" is peeling off paint that has accumulated on the in plastic covered studio floor over the course of the past 7 years.


SkAy_shellmount1, acrylic on linen, ca. 230cm x 120cm, 2018



 SkAy_ shellmount 2, acrylic on linen, ca. 200cm x 120cm, 2018



SkAy_pinkviridian, acrylic on linen, 30cm x 40cm, 2018



 SkAy_pinkviridianblue, acrylic on linen, 30cm x 40cm, 2018




SkAy_tamalpais, acrylic on linen, 33cm x 40cm, 2018



 SkAy_scallops, acrylic on paper, 21cm x 30cm, 2018



 SkAy_wakame, acrylic on paper, 21cm x 30cm, 2018



SkAy_hotei, acrylic on paper, 21cm x 30cm, 2018



SkAy_forgetmenot, acrylic on linen, 25cm x 25cm, 2018



SkAy_farallone, acrylic on handkerchief, 25cm x 25cm, 2018