Free parking lot at Californian State Prison, oil on canvas, 100x150cm, 2012
Mountains and space #4, oil on canvas, 40x40cm, 2013
Livingroom thunderstorm, oil on canvas, 100x140cm, 2012
Round the corner of Buster Keaton, oil on canvas, 100x140cm, 2012
Study, diptich,oil on canvas, 40x40cm, 2008
For Giotto, oil on wood, 15x40cm, 1985/2010
Study for a portrait, oil on wood, 38x28, 2011
Interior, oil on canvas, 40x40cm, 2010
Landscape, oil on canvas, 100x150, 2013
Hockneys Pool,oil on canvas, 140x140cm, 2008
This painting deals with the question of how to combine a David Hockney Swimming Pool painting from the sixties with Hitler’s view of the tea house at the Eagle’s Nest in Berchtesgaden. The perspective is unclear, as is the insight that the combination of these images offers. Or, what would it be like if Herr H. were to sit in Hollywood on his terrace near the pool and think of the Eagle’s Nest, while the Mexican domestic servant Rudolfo refills his glass with milk.
See you tomorrow, oil on canvas, 80x65cm, 2009
Dickies Pond, 140x140, oil on canvas, 2004
In 2000 we spent a long hot summer at Dickie Tryons house in the Gascogne, close to the Pyrenee mountains. Allthough the house was at the top of a hill, there was a big pond. Lots of frogs lived in it. One day I tried to imagine what it would be like to live in this pond. And that was what started this painting. This is what you might see beeing a frog looking up from down under and see waterlelies, flowers, a little boy playing, his mother reading and his father drawing a sketch for this painting.