A little Greenland Series – eine kleine Grönland Serie -Una pequeña serie de Groenlandia.

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The journey to Greenland was very impressive. So I was intrigued to dip a bit deeper into my memories and see it all with the painters eyes. Here are the first results, more hopefully to follow! I had a lot of fun to convert my memories and photos into paintings. It was quite a new experience for me, as I usually don’t work with photos. You can see, how I worked here. Work in progress……

This painting is a emotional memory, I started with.

Greenland Memories 1 Acrylic on canvas 81×65

Then I took a series of photos and worked on it…… click to enlarge!

I was fascinated by the atmosphere and the loneliness in a repellent nature….click to enlarge!

So the little pink house became a symbol of a place of shelter and warmth….click to enlarge!

Most of these paintings are very small, (25x35cm on paper) like the settlements are very small in a vast and wide landscape. This is the color story of one on the paintings. Click to enlarge

and this is how big the icebergs feel and are….

pink house (20x20x2 cm)

See the photos of Greenland here

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3 thoughts on “A little Greenland Series – eine kleine Grönland Serie -Una pequeña serie de Groenlandia.

  1. Gerrit
    Wonderful.We have yet to visit Greenland When we went to Iceland we also found that people engendered a totally different”feel”. Did you do or are you going to do any paintings of them?

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