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The three Kings

Fine Art

Traditional Japanese Paintings
Nihonga・日本画

“Nihonga” are called traditional Japanese Paintings. Pigment powdered minerals are used on Japanese paper (Washi). It is a water based medium. I painted these works during my Nihonga studies at 東京芸術大学 (Tokyo University of the Arts) in Japan.

Ink Paintings 水墨画

traditional copy, ink on paper  30x40cm  水墨画 Legends of the Shigisan Temple, 12. century, traditional copy, ink on paper  40x30cm  水墨画 horseman, traditional copy, ink on paper  30x30cm  水墨画

“The Wolf at the Doctor”

excerpt from my master thesis
“The Wolf at the Doctor”

Oil & Gouache Paintings 絵画

oil and gouache paintings 油絵 グヮッシュ

Drawings スケッチ

black and white drawings, pencil on paper
landscapes, nudes and illustrations of a children’s book

Photography

Innocent Murals

Exceptional walls who speak to me while traveling different places.

Pink Satisfaction

A colorful intermezzo from the very far east.

Home Sweet Home –
Chosen Boundaries & Forced Freedom

A strange story about very contrasting ways of housing and living in three total different territories …

The Unspoken Emptiness – Part I

A fairytale about the people in the north.
Photographs taken in Germany, Sweden and Denmark.

The Unspoken Emptiness – Part II

Part II from a fairytale about the people in the north.
Photographs taken in Germany, Sweden and Denmark.

The Forbidden Kingdom

In October 2010 I had the rare opportunity to travel to a closed country, which currently does not allow any tourists at all, but still has several millions of pilgrims every year.

Brief Glimpse Inside Iran

Impressions and thoughts of a short stay in Iran.

The Caucasus Experience

Georgia საქართველო, Armenia Հայաստան, Azerbaijan Azərbaycan, Iran ایران, Autumn 2009.