The moon on a blissful day sky is a reminder of an inevitable night.
(Acrylic on wooden panel, 40x60cm, 2019)
All her dreams came true. And this made her sad.
German 'traum' or a dream sounds so dramatic like English trauma. (Acrylic and golden leaf on canvas, 40x40cm, 2019)
Full mind's eclipse at first bite. (Acrylic on canvas, 30x40cm, 2019)
"Sometimes I believe in as many as six impossible things before breakfast. And make them happen after." Piece inspired by the fantastic absurd that life is filled with. (Acrylic on canvas, 2017)
When they flip their little wings inside you so innocently beware of an upcoming beautiful and fatal tornado.
THE MIRROR OF REASON
..And her eyes sparkled like bright stars, but there was neither peace nor rest in their glance. In the midst of her empty, endless hall of snow was a frozen lake, broken on its surface into a thousand forms; each piece resembled another, from being in itself perfect as a work of art. She called the lake “The Mirror of Reason”. (Acrylic on canvas, 2017)
“I put a spell on me”. Oxytocin molecule embroidery. (Acrylic on canvas, 40cm, 2018)
A seeker for thrills and sensation riding a giant snake ghost over the emerald river through the colorful abundance of tropical forest. (Acrylic on canvas. 2017)
Another dimension where ideas of the past and memories of the future are sparkling inclusions suspended in a viscous iridescent opal. (Latin limbus, edge or boundary). (Acrylic and golden leaf on canvas, 2017)
“Curiouser and curiouser!” Looking for answers in the intricate labyrinths of veins. (Acrylic on canvas, 30x40cm, 2017)
There's a slight shimmering coming from the depths of a still water. This painting captures the state of peace, the ultimate harmony and brightest light coming upon the lord of one's own shadows. (Part of the 'Potions, Spells and Magic' show at Penumbra Gallery. Acrylic on canvas, 20x30cm, 2017)
SYMPHONY #4 AM
At the very moment she is about to overcome insomnia and fall asleep all the birds start their sunrise performance as loud as the various thoughts in her head. Each bird represent a thought. (Acrylic on wooden panel, 40x60cm, 2016)