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oh, yeah.

back to the old blog layout. that dynamic thing didn’t work out very well. hard to see my favorite blogs. now just need to fix this layout. it is a bit messy and with too many horizontal lines.


To Drown a Rose

One of my good friends and collectors observed recently that my images have gained an air of “slight melancholy”, and I agree. in the last months, since I started to dive deeper into the abstract/figurative technique, I have totally let the abstract dictate the tone of the paintings, and the process has become almost 80% intuition. that makes me think about what is being released from my heart in the last months. my interpretation of “To Drown a Rose” (title of one of my favorite Death in June songs, although […]


she dreams in blue 3

working hard to rebuild my inventory after selling almost all my stuff before coming to Seattle. + shot of my Saturday students doing contour drawing of a ball of crumpled paper. don’t try at home. + i miss my yoga classes and i miss my bike rides. living in a city where bikers are everywhere, that is also a shame.


accepting registrations!

So, after a whole month getting settled in the new studio, I am finally accepting registrations for my drawing and painting classes! If you live in the Seattle area and want to get initiated in drawing and painting, or even if you are a practicing artist but would like to experience new ways to see and make art, you are very welcome. Minimum age is 8 years old, first class is free and all materials for use in the studio are included. Please visit the studio website for more info: […]