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Hi everyone, here are the almost long due pictures from my first collective exhibitions. I know that on the following pictures it’s not easy to recognize the beauty of each painting, the detailed pictures of my new paintings will be uploaded on separate posts to keep things organized. As you can see, besides on canvas I also paint on smaller papers (DIN A4 size), those are the ones hung on the windows.
On a side note, I’ve already have another arrangement where I can show my works. Around September this year, for about two months everyone can enjoy my paintings at Café Paganini. And I am seriously contemplating and already diligently weaving plans pertaining a special private painting course at my apartment. Since it’s still on its very early stage I will not give a way too much information about it, and rather actively do more preparations and once it’s ready I’ll definitely post here.
Hello everyone, I hope you all have been fine and be the best you can, let us never fail to think that Life is good and the Universe is a safe place. I know I’ve been kind of MIA but it only proves that I am doing serious improvements in real life, not only about my art but also for my personal growth (more details to come). Thus I was really busy offline, being pretty productive here and there.
Tomorrow on Sunday, 24th March 2013, I will be joining Kunstmarkt Bremen 2013 (Bremen Art Market), can you even imagine how excited I am to have my very first art exhibition? Together with the other 12 artists I will be presenting my total of 24 paintings. I really do not want to spoil the fun so as soon as the event is done I’ll be sure to upload tons of pictures and share stories here. For the time being, here’s a picture of one painting as it was still work in progress.
Stay tuned and be safe
I painted this when I was pretty sick. The strokes appear to be very bothered and nervous, just like how I felt back then.
Originally there were more blue and dark grey shades on the painting but as I slowly developed the work and was also getting better physically, I decided to put some more white layers on many spots until I believe now it’s done.