Drip painting is a style that creates dynamic and unique images. Drip painting is a form of abstract art in which paint is dripped or poured on to the canvas or paper. I lay a blank piece of canvas/paper on the floor At this point I know what the basic structure of what I want to produce is. I use an array of wrist sweeps and movements both forwards and backwards in each stroke. This way I can control where the first wave of paint goes. I make decisions in a split second as to where the paint is to be placed relative to all the other paint on the canvas at that particular time.
"Unique bodies" 120x150" Oil on canvas
"The dancer" 100x100" Oil on canvas (Not Available)
"C'est la vie Nr 1" 42x60" Oil on paper
"The filosoffer nr 2" 100 *100 cm" Oil and charcole on canvas
"The thinker" 60*80 cm. Oil and watercolor on canvas
"Dancing Queen" 100* 100 cm" Oil and charcole on canvas
"Dissolvement" 150 * 150 cm. Oil and charcole on canvas
"The filosoffer" Oil on canvas, 80*100 cm (Not Available)
"Selfportrait" Oil on paper, A3
"Modern humans" Oil on canvas, 100*100 cm
"C'est la vie nr 2" Oil on canvas, size; 150 * 150 cm, (Not Available)
"When i'm awake" Oil and charcole on canvas, size; 100 * 100 cm
"Wisdom of time" Oil on canvas, size; 100 * 100 cm
"C'est la vie nr 6 Oil on paper, A3
"C'est la vie nr 7, Oil and charcole on gray cardboard, size 40* 80 cm
"Isabella, Oil and charcole on gray cardboard, size 40* 80 cm
"In Between Love". Size. 100 * 100 cm. Oil and pastel on canvas
"The state", drip painting, Oil on canvas, size; 100 * 100 cm (Available)
My most political controversial picture long. The picture originates from my experiences as a teacher.
"Icarus", drip painting, Oil on canvas, size; 120 * 150 cm
(Icarus and his father attempt to escape from Crete by means of wings that his father constructed from feathers and wax. Icarus' father warns him first of complacency and then of hubris, asking that he fly neither too low nor too high, so the sea's dampness would not clog his wings nor the sun's heat melt them. Icarus ignored his father's instructions not to fly too close to the sun; when the wax in his wings melted he tumbled out of the sky and fell into the sea where he drowned, sparking the idiom "don't fly too close to the sun"
"My ancestors", drip painting, Oil on canvas, size; 120 * 150 cm
- "As a history teacher, I have always been fascinated by the idea that I / we humans only exist by virtue of countless generations who have been before us and the genes and traces they have left in each of us …… if my tip-tip- tip-tip-tip-tip-great-grandfather had not met my - "- great-grandmother in the Viking Age ... (if it fits with tip-tip) yes..so I hardly would existed today ……."
PS.Try and see if you can count the faces in the body .
"Modern Humans nr 2", drip painting, Oil on canvas, size; 100 * 100 cm
(Online dating, chatty smartphones, and social media played no role in the evolution of our ancestors, yet humans manage to deal with and even exploit these hallmarks of modern living, but what are the consequences ? This second one deals with the many personalities human has in modern society especially from the concept of grief)
"Suspicious mind", drip painting, Oil on canvas, size; 120 * 150 cm
"Soulmate, størrelse"; Oil on paper, size; 52 * 71 cm
"Mindful moments"; Oil on canvas, size; 120 * 150 cm