67 thoughts on “On Air.

  1. Wonderful artwork, I really like the way you executed the scene, and I love the subtle messages of light woven through the piece.

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    • The picture visuals some kind of decay in a personal environment and the realisation that everything in life is just temporary and how people deal with the end of their dreams….

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  2. Bravo! The existential and the literal elegantly presented. Salvador Dali would be envious. Thank you for sharing your creation.

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  3. Your work is extremely impressive. It reminds me of the work of the Mir Studio of Bergen, Norway. They create art portraying unbuilt architecture (such as a lone skyscraper in the swiss alps). I believe if you ever get the chance, you may find a career with them to be rewarding (especially as they are located in the EEA and Schengen):

    http://www.mir.no/work/

    Your blog is without doubt one of the most excellent in existence.

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    • Hi….and thank you for your kind feedback! I want to keep my blog award-free but nevertheless I feel honoured by the nomination. Thank you!πŸ™‚

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  4. I must say, your photos are incredibly inspiring and amazing to look at! Can’t wait to see what you’ll do next. πŸ’―πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

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  5. could you tell me a little bit about your process & what inspires these wonderful, surreal creations? they are difficult to turn away from they are so bold, intriguing, peculiar, uncomfortable, so many adjectives.

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    • Thanks for your interest! Inspiration comes on different ways. I like going to museums and admire oil paintings of the Old Masters and get inspired by the deep colors. The biggest inspiration comes when I’m drawing. I like to draw with pencils or fineliner. The subject and the quality of the drawing is not important, it can be just my coffee cup or a flower. But drawing stimulates creative thought processes.

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