Some old trees from a pastoral woodland near Bad Wildungen, drawn with a biro.
I already made a print inspired bei the roots of some mighty beech trees.This print had quite light colors – yellow, light blue. Now I tried to printa variation of […]
We got an Amaryllis as a present and I started sketching it with ink and pen, with pencil and color pencil.
Now, that the print is ready and mounted an plywood, it´s time for me to review the process and understand, which decisions I made proved right or perhaps not.There were […]
This lake, Eiswoog, ist surrounded by hills and forrest. I decided to make a big print about it. But it is not possible to make a really big print in […]
It´s autumn, the yellow blossoms are brown and dry. I took one and put it on my desk. It started to loose its seed. First a brush drawing, then a […]
The Cranesbill (Geranium Pratense) is spiraling in its drying leafs. It was inspiring this last print of the “Blattwerk”-line. Der Wiesenstorchschnabel (Geranium Pratense) rollte seine trocknenden Blätter zu kleinen Spiralen […]
The magnolia tree blossoms, just lured out by the sun, are frozen. That gave me the idea for this print. Like the other “Blattwerk”-prints, it is printed with japanese technique. […]
A second print with a similar theme as Blattwerk 3. (Foliation 3). Again some dry sunflower leaves. Woodcut – that´s always a confrontation with wood as material. Here is a […]
Dry leaves of sunflowers. While the first prints of the “Blattwerk”-Series have been more graphic with linear structure, the areas are more important here. It´s getting more painterly now. […]
For one week drawing in a group together with twelve people – that was fun. One week at the Summer Academy Dresden with Bettina Krieg. I was mostly busy with […]
When I look at the details of prints, there are shapes, colours, structures, that have their own beauty. They invited me to combine them as collages. Betrachte ich die Details […]