Journal

Cemetery Photography

Some of you might know I love to wander around cemeteries and capture precious moments. These photos I share on my other account here at RB since I feel both my art deserves their own dedicated platform.

Since I have a lot of followers here and I can use some who follow my cemetery (and other) photographs as well I decided to write a small journal and give you a preview of my other work.

Features of February

February was a great month, I was able to find some time to get inspired and create, I am finding more and more my way in the various art groups and feel honored my art was featured by different groups.

Here are the features of february. To see them in large format click the image.

~ Featured in My Metamorphosis

~ Featured in A Bizarre Art and Sci-Fy

~ Featured in My Metamorphosis & Black and White Photographers Showcase

~ Featured in My Metamorphosis

~ Featured in Black and White Photographers Showcase

~ Featured in Amazing Graves

~ Featured in Individual Talent on Display

~ Featured in Amazing Graves

~ Featured in Bizarre Art

Featured art of January

So I am very proud to share with you the artworks that had been featured in various groups. It is such a inspiration when my art is highlighted in a group amongst other great art from amazing artists.…

To see the work in larger format click the photo


Cold Faces was featured in Light in the Darkness and My Metamorphosis


Lonely Dancer was featured in Freedom in Words and Art


Purest of them all was featured in My Metamorphosis and A Bizarre Art


Organic Fractal was featured in Artists with disabilities


Enjoy the Silence was featured in Light in the Darkness and Amazing Graves


You will never find it was featured in My Metamorphosis and A Bizarre Art


Waiting for you was featured in My Metamorphosis


Blinded from today was featured in Dark Impressions


Faces in the Window was featured in Back in Bl

New Features

It has been a while since my last post but here are the featured artworks from the last two months.

~ Featured in Back in Black

~ Featured in A Bizarre Art Group

~ Featured in Black and White Photographers Showcase

~ Featured in Amazing Graves

~ Featured in Black and White Photographs Showcase

~ Featured in Artists with disabilities

~ Featured in A Bizarre Art Group

~ Featured in My Metamorphosis

~ Featured in My Metamorphosis

~ Featured in Individual Talent on Display

~ Featured in My Metamorphosis

~ Featured in Black and White Photographers Showcase

~ Featured in Back in Black

A litte more about me

Perhaps it is time to tell a little bit more about myself, and my love for creating art. I joined RB in july 2015, with a lot of hesitation. Is what I am creating considered to be art? Am I capable of creating and develop myself as artists? Having said this, I still find it hard to see myself as artist. But I for sure like to find inspiration, to create, to develop my self in my creative expressions.…

Photographing is a huge hobby of mine but I felt for a very long time that my photographs were not something I wanted to share with the world. As someone once mentioned ‘anyone can take a snapshot, but it is art to share personal vision’.
I love to share my visions through photographing but most of all I love to dive into the digital darkroom and create new art using my own photographs.

There

Story behind the art

Normally I am not very communicative about how my art, I deciced to look back at some artworks I created and give you some insight on the road before.…

One of my very first digital artworks that has strong emotions connected to it was Wired

For a long time I saw one of my favorite models struggling with her life. Learning how to deal with a spontanious disability that had huge influance on her daily life. She became very depending, her life cut down from all social activities normal young girls have. Dealing with a lot of pain on daily base and at the same time growing to become a beautiful young woman. As mother (yes she is my daughter) I felt heartbroken for seeing her struggle, it felt as if she was connected to these invisible branches that hold her down but allow her to hold on as we

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