Here are the drawings of the sixth week of daily sketching: During this sixth week, I travelled to Mexico and … More
Here are the drawings of the fifth week of daily sketching: Ahhh well this is it, the fifth week! I … More
Here are the drawings of the fourth week of daily sketching: You will notice there are only 6 drawings this … More
Here are the drawings of the third week of daily drawings: I am trying to keep it at 30 minutes … More
Hum … Already wondering why I got into this. I love the exercise of daily drawing but not so much … More
A long time ago, I read that the daily practice of painting or drawing was a great way to improve … More
Here I am super late in my painting posts! This is a painting I completed two weeks ago. My … More
This is the last in my series of contemporary forests. For us in Nordic countries, the spring thaw is an anticipated and much appreciated time of the year, since it means the return of milder weather. Spring is finally here!
When you feel like painting something that is unexpected or new to you, go for it. Especially if you feel some anxiety at the start, you might think, “I could never paint this” or “If I do it, I’ll never show it to anyone”. Well, if you think this way, you must try it because it might turn out to be the key that unlocks your next series or the next step in your painting process.