The romantic landscape or "passage ideal" has always been a symbol for man´s jearning for freedom. I like to paint a landscape in such a way as to evoke in the beholder the feeling that he can walk into it. Some of the elements of the landscapes have symbolic meanings, which tell stories, often of a transcendental nature. A tree can symbolize life, water often means purification, whereas a mountain alludes to the Divine. For me a landscape is, as it was for Casper David Friedrich, Arnold Böcklin and Andrew Wyeth, a sacred space, a ladder to the heavens.
Various drawings on paper
Formats from 20 x 30 cm to 70 x 50 cm, created in the years 1975 to 2000
Oil on canvas
Formats from 20 x 30 cm to 100 x 150 cm, created from the year 1990
Watercolors on paper
Formats of 20 x 30 cm to 40 x 50 cm, created in the years 1975 to 1985