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I made this website to show my creations to anyone who wishes to see, you can read more about it here. I have a lot of interests but to keep it simple I will post photos in Five Forms Of Art that is individually addressed below.

You can find the photos in My Gallery

 

This is something that I would call a side hobby, it is an interest that I enjoy doing but I do not spend too much time with this, as it is. I mostly create jewelry as gifts and the odd sculptures, although the latter is few and far in between.

I love working with clay, in actual depth, not only making sculptures but also things that one can use. So far it has mainly been sculptures and the odd bowl, many of which you can see here.

This is a growing interest for me,  the first real creations in air dry clay was an eye opener to me. The possibility with this, and limitations as well, although I have yet to have a sculpture fail on me. I suspect that there will be many new things to come here and that is exciting to me.

I have over 10 years of experience with painting, mainly working in acrylic paint. Experimenting with motifs and colors is something that I enjoy and I believe this is reflected in some of my more mythical based paintings. Being mostly self-taught I have recently started educating myself by following tutorials and such but here you will see both paintings made recently and some of my earlier creations.

This is my first love, the feeling of sitting in front of a white canvas is just liberating, having plans is all good and well, but every now and then I just let the brush take me where it wants to go. This is a place where I feel at home, and I rely on the things I have learnt here, over the years, in most of my other types of creations. As I mentioned, I have many interests but this is where I always return.

Although I have owned a drawing pad (Intuos 4) for quite a few years now, only recently has my interest in digital art blossomed. I always thought that art created digitally wasn’t real art, but having reflected on this I have come to change my mind.

I find that creating images, or paintings as it were, this way is very adaptable, as it is so easy to extend a canvas to fit what you want to make, as appose to it being the other way around. In a sense, I feel that digitally one can get away with making less compromises. I like both free drawing and composing images although the latter ultimately leads to more restrictions then the former.

This is something I do often, although mostly I would consider what I draw as sketches.

Despite this I only have drawings that I have completed here, and some of them have been colored. It is much easier to draw and sketch then it is to do pretty much any of my other interests as all one needs is a pen and a notebook (a eraser could also come in handy).

I have over 10 years of experience with painting, mainly working in acrylic paint. Experimenting with motifs and colors is something that I enjoy and I believe this is reflected in some of my more mythical based paintings. Being mostly self-taught I have recently started educating myself by following tutorials and such but here you will see both paintings made recently and some of my earlier creations.

This is my first love, the feeling of sitting in front of a white canvas is just liberating, having plans is all good and well, but every now and then I just let the brush take me where it wants to go. This is a place where I feel at home, and I rely on the things I have learnt here, over the years, in most of my other types of creations. As I mentioned, I have many interests but this is where I always return.

This is something I do often, although mostly I would consider what I draw as sketches.

Despite this I only have drawings that I have completed here, and some of them have been colored. It is much easier to draw and sketch then it is to do pretty much any of my other interests as all one needs is a pen and a notebook (a eraser could also come in handy).

Although I have owned a drawing pad (Intuos 4) for quite a few years now, only recently has my interest in digital art blossomed. I always thought that art created digitally wasn’t real art, but having reflected on this I have come to change my mind.

I find that creating images, or paintings as it were, this way is very adaptable, as it is so easy to extend a canvas to fit what you want to make, as appose to it being the other way around. In a sense, I feel that digitally one can get away with making less compromises. I like both free drawing and composing images although the latter ultimately leads to more restrictions then the former.

I love working with clay, in actual depth, not only making sculptures but also things that one can use. So far it has mainly been sculptures and the odd bowl, many of which you can see here.

This is a growing interest for me,  the first real creations in air dry clay was an eye opener to me. The possibility with this, and limitations as well, although I have yet to have a sculpture fail on me. I suspect that there will be many new things to come here and that is exciting to me.

This is something that I would call a side hobby, it is an interest that I enjoy doing but I do not spend too much time with this, as it is. I mostly create jewelry as gifts and the odd sculptures, although the latter is few and far in between.