I always believe that customer service should extend beyond the point of purchase. I painted this seascape about 2 years ago and sold it soon after. When I first started painting, I didn’t use to color the sides of the canvas. When my customer mention to me that she hung this painting above her bed and that she really wish the first thing she saw when she wakes up is not the white borders but the extension of the sea and sand, I told her I’ll fix it for her. I’m relieved that I could still match the colors, shades and textures and I’m really happy with the final result. It’s times like this that i wish I own a lazy Susan or a pottery wheel so I can take a more decent video footage of the sides of the canvas.
“Eyes on the Gold”, triptych 60x90, Mixed Media with gold leaf.
Where I live on Zurich lake in Switzerland, it is fondly known as the Silver coast, and across from us - the Gold Coast, simply because the sun sets behind us and so seems to shine almost an hour longer on the other side of Zurich lake. I really love where we are staying (the Dark side) and I think we have a better lake view because we get to enjoy seeing spurts of sunrays hitting the different villages opposite us in the evening.Read More
i think succulents and cacti are one of the most beautiful and resilient plants in the world. ive started buying a few tiny succulents to decorate my house because ive got hardly any green thumbs and they seem to require little care or whispering to to flourish.
Mixed media, 90x90cm
CHF 1200 (20% of proceeds will be donated to ActionFromSwitzerland)
This is part of the water series from dusk to dawn, and this seascape was inspired by the sunset over the argean seas in Santorini, where the remaining golden sunrays cast a beautiful reflection of endless golden shimmer in the water.
So, Basquait’s untitled skull painting recently sold for USD110 million. I tried creating a piece of art work in the same graffiti style as Basquait… everyone, meet Mr S’cow’L!!!
Christmas is coming and there is something really magical about walking through the ancient pavements of the old town in Zurich in Winter. Sometimes i think the view of the lake from the old town is more beautiful in winter with hardly any clouds in sight, just the majestic peaks of these alps standing proudly watching over us from afar.