Artists I like (1): Morten W.Gjul

Being in contact with other artists all around the world through social media I decided to present a few of…WeiterlesenArtists I like (1): Morten W.Gjul

Art engineering ;-)

After the great fun we’ve had with the art game Paolo we’ve given one as a birthday present to our…WeiterlesenArt engineering 😉

Creativity in three dimensions

As a belated birthday present we got „Paolo“, a box full of colored cardboard pieces and plastic connections. You can…WeiterlesenCreativity in three dimensions

Hexenkessel on tour

As mentioned quite a while ago I had the idea to bring my artwork outside and to take photos of…WeiterlesenHexenkessel on tour

Time’s running out…

… and my cardreader has given up so I couldn’t upload the photos I had made of our paintings. But…WeiterlesenTime’s running out…

Struggling with the material

Day 3: Paint everywhere Actually we would have loved to blog properly tonight but Charlie is already asleep and leaves…WeiterlesenStruggling with the material

Wrestling with the demons

Day 2:  Confronting fears Our first hurdle was dealing with pain thresholds at the osteopath. For Charlie this meant watching…WeiterlesenWrestling with the demons

Let go and relax

Day 1: Best intentions. With all the will and enthusiasm in the world we still didn’t get round to starting…WeiterlesenLet go and relax

Painting together

As some of you might have heard already, my friend Charlie is coming here soon for a painting week. We’ve…WeiterlesenPainting together

Sold and ordered artwork

Some of my artwork has been sold or been ordered. Some of my artwork has travelled a long way (in…WeiterlesenSold and ordered artwork

Verheerung

„Devastation“ by Annette Schwindt rust and acrylics on canvas (70x50cm) It has been given away to Jena/Germany where it is…WeiterlesenVerheerung

About Creativity: „Art is feeling (not knowing)!“

Annette Schwindt about creativity – interview by Pål H. Christiansen Pål: The statement in the heading is what Annette Schwindt…WeiterlesenAbout Creativity: „Art is feeling (not knowing)!“