Subjects for paintings are not easy to classify…! I paint what catches my eye, because of some colours, shapes, patterns or composition I see. Sometimes it is a joy to arrange a still life on the table, with defined shapes and nice shadows.
Here are all those paintings that did not fit in into the other galleries. A colourful and vivid bunch and lots of flowers!
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Sakura, cherry blossoms in Japanese
Bouquet from the mire
A water lily
Poppies under the olive tree
Hortensia, hydrangea petals
Flint sickle from late stone age
A China rose
Roses in a vase and small sea shells
Shells and stones
Green zebra tomatoes, pure plant pigments
A bunch of summer
Tussilago farfara, coltsfoot
Iris reticulata, the small spring iris
Apple blossoms in a bowl
Rosa rugosa, rose hips
Rowan berries (Mountain ash)
Picking blueberries, fresh blueberry paint!
Fresh blueberries, painted with fresh blueberries
The cat Tiger
Thistles and meadowsweet, pure plant pigments
Lanterns on a string, long vertical, click to see it!
A pink rose
Achillea millefolium, yarrow
Spring in autumn
‘Port with the fruit’ said the countess
Viburnum opulus leaves
Pansies by the entrance