Thursday, October 29, 2009

Konkurrence for mine danske læsere

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

My first art-association show Denmark

Today I went to my unions art-association with 5 paintings/drawing for an artshow that will run for 2 months. This is my first show in an art-association in Denmark, so quite exciting. Thuesday is the preview. I'll have to price my artwork - that's not easy! These are the artworks ("Eyes of wilderness" - paintings are framed as one picture.)

"Grazing Days" - graphite, "Colorful pattern I - Zebra" - colored pencils, "Chameleons" I + II - watercolors, and "Eyes of Wilderness I + III" Wolf + Arctic Wolf - inktense and colored pencils.

Goat-kid - loose watercolor

I am sure many of you recognize this kind of goat - they are seen in many children-friendly zoo's, playgrounds etc. They are fun and often some small bandits too.
While waiting for response from my client of the graphite commission, I did practise loose watercolorpainting. This might seem an easy task - believe me, at least for me, it is not. Being used to drawing in details and not being used to brushwork this is fun but challening for me. Heres the result of a days painting. It's approx. 40x50 cm.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009


I know it has been a very silent blog for quite a while. But due to different causes, I have not been at my drawing-table for nearly a month. And that is not satisfying for me. I finally got time, and at the same time got a commission to draw a dog. I'll post when the drawing is deliverd. It's a small graphite drawing.
I am then going to practise some acrylic painting, but at a very basis level, simply getting to know my acrylicpaints better. Hopefully I will have time to do some more finished drawings beside that.

Saturday, October 03, 2009

UKCPs open exhibition

Take a look at the accepted colored pencil drawings and paintings from UKCPS open exhition. I am glad to be chosen to participate with "Colorful pattern I - zebra". Congratulations to the award winners.