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Jack of all trades, worked with most things. Education in social work at Lunds University, Sweden, after which I worked as a social worker with all kinds of human hardships, through counselling and therapy, mainly picture therapy which led me to self-insight and art. For me, my art is not just to paint, it is a direct conduit from the subconsious mind to the canvas, and through this process I develop myself as a human being.
I am not so much a fan of 'nice art' or 'pretty pictures' - my preferences lies towards the abstract but with an intent, a purpose, a message, a lesson.
My medium is acrylic on canvas and I love the palette knives as much as the brushes and try not to get stuck in one genre but rather to experiment as much as possible, and the rules in art, I break them gladly. An empty canvas is like a universe where I can create whatever I please without following any rules but those I wish to follow. Thus in painting I am free.
Favorite moviesMatrix, Blade RunnerFavorite bands / musical artistsJohn McLaughlin, John AbercrombieFavorite booksEnder's GameFavorite writersOrson Scott CardTools of the TradeAcrylic and canvasOther InterestsEsotericism