This is the latest series of paintings I made based on Friboy’s drawings. They are all animals, which are my favourites of all his drawings. I love his minimalist lines and graphic design, they remind me of Keith Haring’s style and they allow me to work with details without overdoing it.
These are my latest commissioned glass paintings, 50×40 cm. The first is called Elysian flowers and second is Rosa Rolanda backstage.
Learning a language be it our mother tongue or another is neurologically linked to the working memory part of our brain.
Paintings on glass based on my son’s and other children’s drawings
Oil and ink on glass
Making and offering art for birthdays has become somewhat of a family tradition. I make paintings for everyone in my family either for their birthdays or for another special occasion. For me this is easier than coming up with a gift idea that is likable and useful. It is also very personal.
Today is the International Women’s Day, also known as the United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace, dedicated to women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. In some countries it is also Mother’s Day. So this post is about a series of 5 paintings I made dedicated to femininity and rights, the right to Eudaimonia.
This is a painting I made as a gift for my sister. She took a weekend break to spend time with the tribe and brought me a pair of quad roller skates (because why wouldn’t you buy your uncoordinated sister who can’t skate a pair of roller skates 🙂 ) which FriBoy loved so much that he drew himself skating with his aunt.
I made this painting as a Christmas gift for my in-laws. I asked FriBoy to draw them, transferred the drawing on glass and painted it in a style that would speak to them. For grandpa that means circuit diagrams.