Developing an art practice
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My favorite artists (2): Orly Avineri
In this blog post, I’ll write about Orly Avineri, an Israeli-American multi-media artist, that I admire! Take a look at her soulful work here!
Back to the Basics: Mark Making
Sometimes I like to go back to the basics, and make marks! No thinking involved, just let the hand move and let the eye explore what’s possible. Read on!
Live painting demo: Painting in Surrender
In this blog post, I’ll describe how two books of Michael Singer (‘The Untethered Soul’ and ‘The surrender experiment’ inspired today’s painting. Watch the video about the complete painting process!
How to get out of a painting slump through playing with found composition
Do you sometimes get in a painting slump? In this article, I show you how you can get out of it through using found composition with a paper window. Read on!
Podcast: Planning your painting ahead or not?
Is it wise to plan your paintings ahead?’.I am tackling this question because I have been planning my painting a lot lately. And I’m wondering: is this a good idea? Listen to the podcast!
Podcast: How to get out of your comfort zone as a painter
Getting out of your comfort zone as an artist is not always easy. But it is essential for your growth as a creative. That’s what this podcast is about. I will tell you my story and I will ask you questions about how you can take your next steps out of your comfort zone! Listen to this podcast and get inspired!
My favorite artists (1): Line Juhl Hansen
One of the first painters that I discovered was the Danish painter Line Juhl Hansen. I fell in love with her work at first sight, and I have been devouring her paintings on the Internet for years and years. In this blog post, I’ll let you know what I love so much about her, and I show some of her fantastic paintings.
How mark-making gets you into the flow of painting
In this blog, I’ll show you that if you start making random marks on your canvas or paper, you don’t not only activate the canvas but also activate yourself! Making marks awakens your inner artist, and from there, your painting can evolve in a natural and effortless way. Read the blog!
Non-duality and abstract intuitive painting
When we paint from a non-dual awareness, we are dancing with our materials, and the materials dance with us in one colorful dance. Making a painting from that non-dual perspective is effortless. Every step on the road evolves from the former in a completely natural way. Read more about it in this blog!