This category constitutes the main body of my artwork. Each work has a description and a short story about the work followed by physical information such as media and measurements. I have not priced these works and this is on purpose. If you are interested in aquiring any of my original works, please make me an offer. I am sure we will meet each other with an agreement that we both are happy with.
This is actually one of my personal favourites. When I thought I was finished with this acrobatic woman, it lacked something.
So in order to make it a little more interesting I made her a puppet on a string.
Original, oil on canvas, 150 x 150 cm
Parying for Time is my hommage to George Michael who tragically passed away X-mas 2016. The title is taken from one of his most popular songs. In my opinion the lyrics to this song is one of the best lyrics ever written and just one of many other GM-productions.
I have tried to sum up the essence of this song and portray it like I convey it. The message is ever so actual even if the song got 20 + years or so on its neck. "Maybe we should all be praying for time"
Oil on canvas, 120 x 120 cm
My Taurus was like many of my works born on my sketchpad while doodling around with my marker pen.
This is one of a series of large works, 150 x 150 cm. This particular motive appears in different sizes and as both color an b/w. Why? Simply because I love it myself.
The Audition is a weird situation in an equally weird setting. Again my figures appear and interact with each other.
Each one of them created unintendedly to be composed together in a single piece. It just happened to end up so.
Oil on canvas, 120 x 120 cm
This is one of my more abstract pieces (not many of those). I just got a great idea (I thought anyway) when one day I found a
broken button. I picked it up and I thought it looked liken an elephant's face and at the same time the Smiley image, thus "Trunk Smiley"
Oil on canvas, 50 x 50 cm
This piece I made inspired from one of Henry Moore's fantastic sculptures. When I was almost finished with this painting, I had a sense of something missing, something surprising. Why not put in a ping pong-ball from the side and let the figure appear surprised.
This painting was exhibited at The Brick Lane Gallery in London 2015. It's an original, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 70 cm.
Black wodden frame.
Yes, what if he was a she? Meaning that I think the world would be quite a nicer place to live if Jesus was a woman.
Think, a woman never goes to war. It's always men initiating war and conflicts. Original painting in acrylic on canvas.
Format 97 x 130 cm
Stand up, never give in is my reflection on the world today - it's a total mess. Evil forces are getting a grip almost everywhere. In some cases/countries, these evil forces are actually the reigning power. Hopefully we as individuals have the strength to stand up and never give in to those forces.
Original work, oil on canvas, 150 x 150 cm.
This motive, this woman is part of my biggest piece, "Yeah right, in your dreams", 320 x 220 cm which was exhibited at
Art Fusion Galleries in Miami 2016. I really fell in love with this figure. In this version she serves as a deeply hurt person.
Original oil painting on canvas, 65 x 96 cm.
This is the large version of Family Feud (also available as a print 25 x 25 cm.)
This portraits my life situation back in 2011. A turbulent situation.
This is the original version, acrylic on cardboard, 110 x 110 cm. Black wodden frame.
First came the motive and then the title. I realize that it's a pun but it was non-intended at the beginning.
When it was finished it really was two men playing with their balls. Origina oil on canvas. 96 x 65 cm.
This the original Outkast. Ink and acrylic on cardboard. This is my sorry bastard, the real outkast.
This is also available as a smaller print (25 x 25 cm). Both version with black wodden frame.
This larger version is 50 x 70 cm.
This is my Ugly Duckling, one of my fantasy freaks surrounded by the real thing. Once I was closing in to the final stages of this painting, I felt that there was something missing, thus the runny color in the top of the painting. The color is there for a purpose, not for decoration. In the best and most idyllic worlds there are still things that shouldn't be - ostracism being one such thing. I wanted to wash out that kind of behavior. Oil and acrylic on canvas, 128 x 128 cm.
The scene is the desert, two figures discussing while the sun sets behind the dunes. The figures were born separetely on my sketchpad and then found common ground on my canvas. Oil on canvas, 130 x 100 cm