Start of “Composition 24 – Part 1 & 2”- Commissioned Piece

I was asked to do two commissioned pieces, each for two different families. One of the paintings will be given as a wedding present for the first family, the other for home decoration in the other family. The story behind this is that the two families have been extremely close throughout their entire lives which sparked the idea of creating two canvases to be part of one big piece, making them “connect” to one another and for ever. Each party will then have a piece of the entire...

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“Composition 23”-Completed!

I am delighted to present the final product of “Composition 23”. It has been quite the journey since the beginning as the overall canvas is one of the biggest I have made. The piece also required a very high level of detail work as similar patterns can be found in the four canvases. The challenge was to replicate color patterns that make sense togethers and brighten the room. The painting has a motion from inside to outside and a spiral dynamic as well. The choice of colors reflects my philosophy when approaching a piece: let the feelings do the work....

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Start of “Composition 23”

For “Composition 23”, I have decided to incorporate four canvases into one big piece. I find that a composition of multiple canvases offers a great opportunity to brighten a room as I have noticed from previous experience. As you can see, I have started by sketching design patterns using a pencil before applying the first color layer and define the color combinations. I am trying to achieve a design in which all canvases are connected to each...

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“Composition 22” (Novopac)-Completed!

On July 3rd, 2015 I presented my painting for Novopac’s 25th year anniversary. Below is the speech that I gave the owner and the team: “A quarter of a century is an important milestone. I am extremely happy to present you this painting to commemorate Novopac’s great achievement. For this project, Pierre had only one single requirement; he wanted a painting that represents the fundamental value of Novopac: Authenticity: The different design patterns around the company’s logo symbolize a sample of Novopac’s most successful products. Those product serve the needs of customers by packaging their food and noon-food goods. This means that Novopac’s products have to convey the exact value of authenticity. Flexibility: The designs of the packaging are painted in all possible positions. Just like the company, these patterns are not restricted by rigorous processes and standardization.  Also, anyone can interpret the shapes in the painting the way he or she wants, and the flexibility and creativity in these shapes is infinite as well. Novopac is similar in lots of ways; the company can very quickly react to market trends and to the needs of its customers. Innovation: Within each design, different combinations of colors and patterns are defined. This offers a symbol for the exchange of ideas that the teams at Novopac generate. Today’s innovative ideas will define the success of tomorrow and will strengthen the market position of the company. In addition, I have tried to integrate lots of information from the company’s website in order to offer a complete picture of Novopac’s history and its bright future. I had a lot of fun completing this challenging project and I hope that Pierre will find a nice spot on the wall to hang this...

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Start of “Composition 22”-Commissioned piece

A packaging company in Switzerland approached me and asked to create a piece for their 25th anniversary. The only direction I receive from the owner is: “create something that reflects our company’s value for authenticity, flexibility and innovation” – Challenge accepted. In order to start conceptualizing and arrange my thoughts, I asked if I could get a sample of the firm’s products. With a delivery date on July 3rd 2015, my schedule is going to be epic but I am looking forward to this new endeavor....

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“Composition 20” Completed!

  After a break during the year end holidays and a trip to Italy, I was able to complete “Composition 20.” The fairly small size of each section required cautious work and extreme concentration in order to achieve the result I was aiming for this piece. I wanted to contrast these small sections with a black outlining that is thicker than those in my other pieces. Much like that of “Composition 15,” this 150 x 50 cm canvas is longitudinal; as you can see it is almost as tall as me!...

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“Composition 21” Completed!

Two and a half weeks of hard work are gone; my painting is finished and ready to be shipped to its future owner! As you can see, I combined round shapes with sharp edges and played with the contrasts that lime green, purple and yellow offer. In addition, black areas give more depth to the painting while accentuating the association among the other colors. Should you also want your made-to-order painting to spice up your bedroom, living room or even bathroom, do not hesitate to contact me so that we can discuss...

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Start of “Composition 21”-Commissioned piece

Taking a break from working on “Composition 20” due to the fact that I have been given a request by a customer to create a painting for them. The guidelines that I was given was to “put my heart into it.” Meaning, I have freedom to create whatever I want. As long as, I incorporate purple, lime green, and black as the main colors. I, of course, have chosen other colors that I feel will enhance the painting. I am truly excited that a client allowed me to let my inspiration realize this...

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Start of “Composition 20”

  It’s been a while since I realized a longitudinal piece. “Composition 15” was  horizontal, perfect for display in a a living room or dining room. For this one, I want to experiment verticality. As you can see, this canvas is almost as tall as me!  ...

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“Composition 19” Completed!

After three and a half months, I am happy to say that my next masterpiece is complete! I couldn’t be happier with the end result.  So much energy flowing through each canvas. This is a piece where you can’t just stare at and walk away. Every time you look at it, you will discover and feel because of the vibration this piece offers. Whenever you feel down, this artwork will help brighten up your mood and see hope in the downs of life. That’s the power of colors. Or that’s what I believe at least.  ...

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Start of “Composition 19”

Now onto my next creation.  After receiving a lot of positive feedback on “Composition 16” for the display of the multiple canvases, I decided that I wanted to make my next masterpiece similar.  This time I chose to take on three, 60 X 80 cm, canvases to be constructed into one big piece of work. As you can see, the concept is to make one canvas communicate with the next, all this in an explosion of color. It’s going to be interesting to see what the evolution as the weeks go on.  ...

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“Composition 18” Completed!

Two months of intense work and the largest painting I have done so far is finished! If you want your room to make the statement, embed this piece on a broad wall to enhanced the feel of brightness and volume. In coming up with the design of this composition, I started off drawing shapes that took another dimension when I added the colors to them. Experiencing with shapes, shades and highlights is the way I tend to enjoy developing my...

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