Making art is my favorite pastime and what fills me with the most and best energy. At the same time, artmaking is also demanding, grueling, and without end.
— in a broad sense, as a way of balancing things and living in due respect for the great cycle of consciousness and matter we are all a part of.
We live in a world where creativity and independence are increasingly important, and should be taken into account when choosing a career path.
The way forward is green, and the challenge of restructuring our society up a wide range of new opportunities for living and doing business in sustainable ways.
Being self-acquiring is not a shortcut to either wealth or fame, but a freedom, and addictive to a degree that should come with a warning.
The battlefield where each of us can change who we actually are, and gradually transform ourselves into what we want to be.
Various things created at the crossroads between art and craft; with extensive use of recycled materials and plastic, waste and wood found beach combing.
Reviews of the best books I read, or rather: reviews of the books that resonate with something deep inside me; books I also recommend others to read.
Money is such an incredibly fascinating phenomenon: dictating our careers, society and lives, and yet no one can answer what it really is.
Paintings created with oil, acrylic, and various other media on wood and various other building boards, masonite and the like.
Scrap wood, offcuts and other waste wood that is typically thrown away is a valuable resource, and suitable for many different building and interior projects.
Paintings on stretched canvas, created with acrylic paint, oil paint, oil crayons, objects found beachcombing and all kinds of other things that appear along the way.