Pencil drawing, A4 format, regular paper
Acrylic on canvas, 50cm X 50cm
Pencil Drawing, A4 format.
I saw once a post on Bored Panda about pictures of things that resembled faces. Among the photos I was wildly inspired by a photo of t-shirts on a hanger and – in the ruffles of the sleeves – there he was! At the beginning it was just a mysterious and a little sinister face, but it evolved as I began drawing and the result was this metallic, lion like figure. He is my favorite.
Acrylic on canvas, 39X29cm
Acryl on canvas, 60X80cm.
This one is very special to me. I painted it while expecting my firstborn child. I wanted to express how the pregnancy felt like a mix of all kinds of emotions from love to worry and sensations like butterflies and nausea.
Acrylic on canvas, 50X50cm
Acryl on canvas, 50X40cm
Acryl on canvas, 50X50 cm
A painting made with watercolor pencils. The motif is inspired by the feeling, that you’ve separated yourself from the life you want to live, and by that feel detached from yourself.
This drawing is a critique of the pacing that the society and government do on the young generations – both those still in school and those who have graduated.
A4 format pencil on paper