Below are the pictures of a couple of what I think is my best work

There are a few really bad photos in here, but since they work together  I decided to put them anyway.

Also this is not exactly how I want this page to be, but for now it is ok.

You can click on the images to open a gallery and seetem in full size.

90 responses to “Portfolio

  1. Oh my gosh, I love your self portrait! (Self-portrait, charcoal and wall paint on grey paper, A2)

    It looks beautiful and effortless, but so carefully executed.

  2. I really like that you think about what works together, and don’t worry too much about whether every image is the highest quality. Sometimes “bad” works really well.


    Thank you for visiting my blog today. I appreciate the time you took to stop by. May your day be filled with joy and peace.

  4. Amazing how you can visualize something/someone and make it come to life on canvas. Thanks for the like of my post “My First Rose of Spring”.

  5. Thanks for the like. I could stand to put my portfolio up also but, just never seem to get around to it.

    • You should! It is a great way to show your work 🙂 Mine is actually not the way I want it to be, but still, it is up! Now is ony a matter of time before I finally set it up the way I want it to be lol – though it might take a while hahah
      Thank you for reading 🙂

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    • I work mainly with charcoal, acrilic and wall paint but on ocasion I use other materials – in the caption of each image I wrote the size, mdium and title 🙂 Thanks for reading 🙂

  7. I like they way you perceive the portrait as the category. Your drawings show your attitude(s) and in a very strong and direct way, with no unnecessary steps you clearly present your ideas… It would be nice to see more of your work… with different techniques and different topics. Bon courage!

  8. Beautiful work. Inspiring. There are no bad photos here. The ones that are less strong, but help with the rest, could be considered ‘link’ photos, as the bring everything together. Thanks for sharing and look forward to seeing more. JT

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