Saturday 13 April 2024

not snow but white petals

 

 
Rabbits / Watership Down
 
fragments / digital artworks 
not snow but white petals
Fiver & the Cherry tree
 


 

Thursday 11 April 2024

25. SCHWEIZER KUNSTSUPERMARKT

 


25. SCHWEIZER KUNSTSUPERMARKT
AUSSTELLUNG IN SOLOTHURN
 
8.11.2024-12.1.2025 
 
—I'll be there. The next edition too
/ winter exhibition / many thanks to
everyone for the warm welcome all
these years in this beautiful city



 

Wednesday 3 April 2024

In the wood

 

 

“From the moment he entered it the wood seemed full of
noises. There was a smell of damp leaves and moss, and
everywhere the splash of water went whispering about.[...]
 
[...] the night breeze stirred the leaves; here and there a dead
twig fell. And there were more sinister, unidentified sounds,
from further away; sounds of movement.“
 
–Watership Down, Richard Adams

 




Sunday 17 March 2024

Thursday 8 February 2024

online shop

 


Something is coming back from the last
exhibitions. Some of these artworks are 
available now in my shop, and something 
else will be added in the next days
 
ILLUSIMI SHOP
 
WATERCOLOUR & MIXED MEDIA
DRAWINGS
TINY ARTWORKS
BIG ARTWORKS
PAINTINGS ON PANEL
 
 
SHIPPING COSTS INCLUDED WORLDWIDE NOW FOR ALL THE ITEMS.
PAYMENT VIA PAYPAL SERVICE : NO PAYPAL ACCOUNT IS NEEDED + 
DISPATCH > SWISSPOST 
 
 

Tuesday 6 February 2024

LANDSCAPE / ROUGH MATERIAL

 




 

 IN PROGRESS

 



 

—I had arrived in a pristine world that I could not have properly
imagined. Nothing felt stable; all was sterile, temporarily, shifting,
piling up, subsiding.
 
[...]The inner walls exposed layers of lava and scree tinged pink
from oxidation, or stained yellow where sulphur had condensed
around innumerable perforations in the rock.
[Clive, Oppenheimer, Mountains of Fire]

 

Sunday 21 January 2024

until we reach the hills..

 


 "Hazel waited in silence and after a time
Fiver said, slowly and expressionlessly,
'But we must go on, until we reach the hills.'
His voice sank and became that of a sleeptalker.
'Until we reach the hills.[...]'"
 
—Watership Down, Richard Adams