Monthly Archives: October 2016

Wrapped in life – original painting


Wrapped in life.

When life just happens and we loose our inner light, our divine being.

acrylics on canvas

50×100 cm


Hannah – an angel who loves winter Original painting


Just finished last night and my friend told me she looks exactly like her daughter.

So, I named her Hannah.

Hannah loves winter and her red scarf.

She loves the snowflakes floating all around like fulfilled wishes.

Acrylic paints on gallery wrapped canvas

50 x50cm

From the darkness – original painting

I was having an awfully bad day (brought on by a big white envelope) which felt like one of the worse days in the last 10 years (12 years to be more precise)

I took a new canvas, the black color and the big brush. I felt like making it all black; taking it out of my heart and spreading it all onto the canvas.

Then, I just stepped away from it to feel the feelings.

Feelings of hope emerged from deep down inside and they felt like gold and bright white.

“Everything will be alright” I kept telling myself. “It will all be good” “hang on”

I was pleading to God for help. feelings of gratitude that He’s got my back, as always.

It is another rough road I have to walk on and get over with.

My finger with a considerable amount of white paste started frantically drawing roses. Splashes of hope . Splashes of golden light.

It will all be good. We’ve got this.

“We” because I know I am not alone.


From the darkness – acrylic paints and structure paste on gallery wrapped canvas

50×70 cm

This painting is a constant reminder that even if it feels like your world is falling apart,

YOU are never alone.