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01 JACKSON POLLOCK IN ANTURAN

Painting, 2007;
lacquer on MDF;

By chance I learned, that Charly Chaplin spent a short time in Bali. Based on this information, I started with a small series «Famous people in Bali». This is one out of the series.

35 x 35 cm;
1.500.000 Rp
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02 PIET MONDRIAN IN UBUD

Relief, 2007;
profile wood and acrylic on MDF;

By chance I learned, that Charly Chaplin spent a short time in Bali. Based on this information, I started with a small series «Famous people in Bali». This is one out of the series.

37 x 37 x 1,5 cm;
2.000.000 Rp
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03 SIGMUND FREUD IN DENPASAR

Object, 2007;
solid wood, mirror, paper, plastic on teakwood;
By chance I learned, that Charly Chaplin spent a short time in Bali. Based on this information, I started with a small series «Famous people in Bali». This is one out of the series.

25 x 40 x 6 cm;
2.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   04 WOMEN ON BALI I: THE NATIVE

2006; acrylic, sand, coconut broom on plywood;

Staring at different kind of brushes I suddenly had the idea to use and applicate them on torsos of nude women. Here is one of the results (I like the “wild” bush of the local lady)
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94 x 105 x 8 cm;
290 Euro
  please click to enlarge   05 WOMAN ON BALI II: THE LADY FROM JAPAN

Object, 2007; acrylic on MDF;

Staring at different kind of brushes I suddenly had the idea to use and applicate them on torsos of nude women. Here is one of the results (In fact I never saw a Japanese lady undressed).

22 x 41 x 3 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   06 WOMEN ON BALI II: THE DUTCH RESIDENT

Object, 2007; acrylic on MDF;

Staring at different kind of brushes I suddenly had the idea to use and applicate them on torsos of nude women (This seams to be the little boy’s vision of a strong beauty from The Netherlands).

40 x 79 cm;
250 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   07 IS THIS A BAMBOO SOCIETY?

As a man from abroad – a bule – I had rather difficulties to understand Indonesian and Balinese politics and the attitude of the administration.
I had to make up my mind and to ask this question.

Sculpture, 2006; bamboo shells on MDF;

38 x 134 x 36 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   08 IS THIS A BANANA REPUBLIC?

As a man from abroad – a bule – I had rather difficulties to understand Indonesian and Balinese politics and the attitude of the administration.
I had to make up my mind and to ask this question.

Relief, 2006; acrylic on MDF;

62 x 44 x 2 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   09 IS THIS A POLICE STATE?

As a man from abroad – a bule – I had rather difficulties to understand Indonesian and Balinese politics and the attitude of the administration.
I had to make up my mind and to ask this question.

3 Sculptures, 2006; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

60 x 124 x 44 cm;
350 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   10. A BIG GEKO IN MY KITCHEN

I already have seen many animals before I came to Bali, Gekos where not amongst them. Living together with them was a total new experience and I tried to work this out – art wise.

Relief, 2006; dispersion on solid wood and plywood;

28 x 39 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   11. GEKO ARRANGEMENT I

I already have seen many animals before I cam to Bali, Gekos where not amongst them. Living together with them was a total new experience and I tried to work this out – art wise.

Relief, 2006; dispersion on solid wood and plywood;

28 x 39 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   12. GEKO ARRANGEMENT II

I already have seen many animals before I cam to Bali, Gekos where not amongst them. Living together with them was a total new experience and I tried to work this out – art wise.

Relief, 2006; dispersion on solid wood and plywood;

28 x 40 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   13 GEKO ARRANGEMENT III

I already have seen many animals before I cam to Bali, Gekos where not amongst them. Living together with them was a total new experience and I tried to work this out – art wise.

Relief, 2006; dispersion on solid wood and plywood;

108 x 78 x 5 cm; 320 Euro
  please click to enlarge   14 GEKO ARRANGEMENT IV

I already have seen many animals before I came to Bali, Gekos where not amongst them. Living together with them was a total new experience, and I tried to work this out – art wise and now I like to say “Hello” to Mr. Escher and “Thank you for your inspiration”.

Painting, 2006; dispersion on plywood;

78 x 54 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   15 A MEMORIAL TO NIRATI

Object, 2006; ceramic Ganesha, slag metall, dispersion on plywood;

Nirati was one of my closest friends; she inspired me to travel to India and to meet Osho in Pune.

59 x 70 x 8 cm; 3.000.000 Rp

                     
please click to enlarge   16 QUIKSILVER

Object, 2006; mixed media;
54 x 79 x 6 cm; 3.000.000 Rp

I was very naïve and I thought, the missing letter “c” in the brands name was a mistake while producing the T-shirt. Anyhow – I bought the shirt from the girl who was waring it and used it for a new object.
  please click to enlarge   17 AFTER A GREAT RAIN

Object, 2006; acryl and gold on bamboo and plywood;

Billions of sparkling water drops change the landscape into a piece of jewlery. The air smells wonderful clean and everything loves to be fresg again.

50 x 70 x 4 cm; 3.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   18 BUDDHA IN THE CASE

Installation, 2007; together with Trisno and Anonymus; solid wood,
lacquer, acryl, fabric;

This is just another version of the thousends and thousends of Buddha statues in Bali. There must be more Buddha statues around than Buddhists.

42 x 53 x 21 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   19 IN EVERY ONE OF US SLEEPS A BUDDHA

Relief, 2006; acryl and leafs of gold on plywood;

Another Buddha: I love this piece and I watch it how the gold in the background changes it’s colour permanently.

70 x 64 x 3 cm; 5.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   20 KUTA BEACH

Object, 2007; together with Desak Astini; needlework on coarsely woven fabric, sand, shells, fabric, plywood, acrylic on MDF;

Often I have the idea that people come from all over to through an eye on the bikini beauties at Kuta Beach. It seams that both enjoy it: the girls and their watchers.

65 x 85 x 4 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   21 AYAM! AYAM!

Object, 2007; acrylic on MDF;

From Kalibukbuk I went shopping to the Singaraja Market almost daily. But it took quite a long time till the market ladies accepted me as an vegetarian.

80 x 60 x 10 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   22 KALIBUKBUK

Painting, 2007; photo print and acrylic on canvas;

In reality, I did not find Kalibukbuk as colourful as on this painting. Some people in Lovina gave me a real hard time. It was the my first year in Bali and I lived in a so called Balinese neighbourhood.

100 x 80 cm; 4.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   23 BALINESE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

Object, 2006; acrylic on MDF;

At the beginning the traffic signs where a bit strange to me and I designed a few new one on my one. Do you like them?

106 x 92 x 10 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   24 MILITARISTIC DRESSING

Object, 2006; fabric;

I explored 13 different camouflage designs in a normal textile shop in Singaraja. Does this express a kind of militaristic thinking of the people?

79 x 50 cm;
2.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   25 FINALLY THE COCKROACH SURVIVES

Object, 2006; acrylic on solid wood and plywood;

Before Bali, I never lived together with cockroaches in one house. These animals have ancient survival abilities and seam to be much more adaptable to changing life conditions than we humans are.

88 x 55 cm;
3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   26 RESCUE BALI

from corruption, consumerism, Islamic missionaries, aids, overwhelming tourism, and overregulation by governments and administration.

Installation, 2006; mixed media on plywood;

42 x 32 x 30 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   27 SPICY?

Photo painting, 2007; photo print, acrylic and slag metal on canvas;

They like to serve you their homemade food and watch you while you eat and fight the tears, caused by their over spiced food. Than they like to ask you – with a broad smile in their face – “Spicy?”

87 x 69 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   28 THE ART OF MOTORBIKE SADDLES

(Triptych)
Object, 2006; acrylic on plastic material;

Is this not real pop art? (I bought the 3 saddle covers in the Tegallalang area; the guy from the shop was happy: he made the business of the day).

150 x 81 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   29 THE SPECIAL AESTHETIC OF EXTRA SHARP KNIFES

Installation, 2006; 3 knifes, dispersion on plywood;

From time to time women come along and try to sell knifes to me.
I actually have no need for such knifes – but they look special and
I bought some and used them to create a piece of art.

26 x 51 x 4 cm; 1.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   30 THIS IS THE FLOWER OF BALI

Relief, 2006; acrylic and slag metal on plywood;

Now I know it better: this is the leave of one of Bali’s flowers. But I still love its white, silver and black.

60 x 78 x 2 cm, 3.000.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   31 “WASH YOUR HANDS. COMB YOUR HAIR.
LUNCH IS READY“


Installation, 2006; MDF, mirror, water tap, towel on MDF;

A young man from Germany took me to his place near
Seririt/Buleleng. They had a basin where the people from the
compound washed their hands. My installation reminds me to the
guy and his primitive home stay uphill in the forest.

72 x 64 x 8 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   32 WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Print, 2007; computer print on MDF;

I can’t stand men sitting around every day, waiting, and pretend to be unable to pick up some work. So my immediate question was: “What are you waiting for?”

42 x 59 cm;
2.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   33 TEMPLE CEREMONY

Object, 2006; acrylic fabric, on MDF;

This peace of art is very much influenced by the style of the suprematistic art of Kasimir Malewitch (Russia, 1878-1935). Good to know, isn’t it?
                     
please click to enlarge   34 A BALINESE SUNDAY (Triptych)

Application, 2006; fabric on MDF;

This is my first big work using cutouts of broken sarongs. It has a very beautiful festive expression. I love it.

123 x 100 cm; 6.000.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   35 A LOOK AT SOME RICEFIELDS NEAR UBUD IN DECEMBER

Object, 2007; acrylic on canvas and MDF;

Of course, there is no snow on Bali’s ricefields in the winter. I just wanted to finf out, how it might looks alike if so ...

92 x 61 x 8 cm; 3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   36 CREMATION (Triptych)

Painting, 2007; acrylic on canvas;

Left side: Prepare the Bits and Pieces; in the middle: Light the Fire;
right side: The Flames burn high and hot.

191 x 90 cm; 4.500.000 Rp
                     
please click to enlarge   37 HATI-HATI I

Object, 2006; lacquer on plywood, metal screws;

There are many reasons to care about “Hati-hati-signs”. First of all: if you want to stay a live or don’t get injured in Bali’s traffic, you really have to be carefull. This is, what “hat-hati” means.

59 x 68 cm;
3.500.000 Rp
  please click to enlarge   38 HATI-HATI II

Object, 2006; lacquer on metal;

There are many reasons to care about “Hati-hati-signs”. First of all: if you want to stay a live or don’t get injured in Bali’s traffic, you really have to be carefull. This is, what “hat-hati” means.

86 x 81 cm;
215 Euro
  please click to enlarge   39 HATI-HATI III

Object, 2006; lacquer on metal;

There are many reasons to care about “Hati-hati-signs”. First of all: if you want to stay a live or don’t get injured in Bali’s traffic, you really have to be carefull. This is, what “hat-hati” means.

86 x 81 cm;
215 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   40 JL. KARTIKA NO. 15 I

Relief, 2006; lacquer on plywood;

The pavement of the care port at my place in Kalibukbuk did inspire me to do three reliefs. Here is number one.

86 x 35 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   41 JL. KARTIKA NO. 15 II

Relief, 2006; lacquer on plywood;

The pavement of the care port at my place in Kalibukbuk did inspire me to do three reliefs. Here is number two.

86 x 35 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   42 JL. KARTIKA NO. 15 III

Relief, 2006; lacquer on plywood;

The pavement of the care port at my place in Kalibukbuk did inspire me to do three reliefs. Here is number three.

86 x 35 cm;
180 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   43 LANDMARKS – SEAMARKS

Installation, 2006, mixed media in a glass box

To not loose your direction, you should orientate yourself on colorful
and specific marks

60 x 45 x 50 cm,
430 Euro
  please click to enlarge   44 A GATE TO LOVINA

Installation, 2006; mixed media on plywood;

The northern part of Bali is full of surprises and interesting details

240 x 148 x 22 cm; 500 Euro
  please click to enlarge   45 1949: LEAVING THE PARADISE

Installation, 2006; together with Made Alus and Komang Sarining;
acrylic on plywood and wood;

A Dutch civil servant leaves Bali Paradise in 1949, together with his Balinese mistress. He returned as a tourist in 1969. What a story.

47 x 100 x 39 cm;
320 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   46 THE SECRET OF THE BALINESE RAIN FOREST I
Object, 2007; leaves, plastic material, slag metal, acrylic on MDF;

Secret number 1 is: there is no rainforest in Bali anymore; but there are several protected areas on the island.

98 x 64 x 3 cm;
250 Euro
  please click to enlarge   47 THE SECRET OF THE BALINESE RAIN FOREST II

Object, 2007; leave, MDF, acrylic on MDF;

Secret number 2 is: there never will be any rainforest in Bali;
but there are several Botanic gardens on the island.

26 x 71 cm;
250 Euro
  please click to enlarge   48 THE ORIGINAL BALINESE

Sculpture, 2006; dispersion, sand, material from the coconut tree, plywood;

If there is a “Bali asli” (original Balinese), he might look like the one the sculpture shows.

137 x 144 x 55 cm; 360 Euro

                     
please click to enlarge   49 THE BUDDHA INDUSTRY AND HOW IT WORKS

Installation of 8 Sculptures, 2007; together with Rimba; acrylic on solid wood;

This installation shows, how mass market Buddha’s become manufactured: from the raw stem till the finishing; sanding and painting than are the final steps.

317 x 60 x 21 cm;
430 Euro
  please click to enlarge   50 THE AUNTY FROM TIMOR

Sculpture, 2006; dispersion and sand on plywood;

On almost every corner you find so called “antique” sculptures in the Timor style. I have done my own one and called it “Aunt Polly”.

60 x 83 x 8 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   51 THE BALI-TOUR

Object, 2006; watercolour and Chinese ink on plywood;

Nine snap shots, nicely painted, arranged and framed – an exquisit Bali souvenir, illuminating some sad days away from Bali.

35 x 66 cm;
215 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   52 COCKS

Sculpture, 2007; solid wood, cock claws, porcelaine;

A cock’s clawns, inserted in a teakwood pyramide with a little cock, and monitored by two porceline eyes – this combination makes me freeze.

20 x 28 x 17 cm;
215 Euro
  please click to enlarge   53 BAMBOO POLES

Object, 2006; bamboo on plywood;

In a special series I worked on several structures, created with the use of local material, only. I’m very satisfied with the different results.

58 x 82 x 8 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   54 BANANA STEMS

Object, 2006; banana stems on plywood;

In a special series I worked on several structures, created with the use of local material, only. I’m very satisfied with the different results.

33 x33 x 8 cm;
180 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   55 COCONUT SHELLS

Object, 2006; coconut shells on plywood;

In a special series I worked on several structures, created with the use of local material, only. I’m very satisfied with the different results.

48 x 65 x 8 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   56 FIREWOOD

Object, 2006; wood on plywood;

In a special series I worked on several structures, created with the use of local material, only. I’m very satisfied with the different results.

58 x 82 x 8 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   57 ROOF TILES

Object, 2006; roof tiles on plywood;

In a special series I worked on several structures, created with the use of local material, only. I’m very satisfied with the different results.

38 x 20 x 8 cm;
180 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   58 WHEN THE STICKS GO MARCHING IN

Object, 2006; sate sticks,

People use sate sticks to make sate: fish sate, pork sate, chicken sate, beef sate, dog sate and so on. I got me masses of sate sticks to prodece some little sculptures. Here you find all about sate stick-sculptures. Is this not a surprise?

20 x 20 x 25 cm;
180 Euro
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59 STATE STICK MIXTURE

Object, 2006; sate sticks;

People use sate sticks to make sate: fish sate, pork sate, chicken sate, beef sate, dog sate and so on. I got me masses of sate sticks to prodece some little sculptures. Here you find all about sate stick-sculptures. Is this not a surprise?

20 x 20 x 20 cm;
250 Euro

  please click to enlarge   60 SATE STICK REMAINS

Object, 2007; sate sticks mounted on MDF;

People use sate sticks to make sate: fish sate, pork sate, chicken sate, beef sate, dog sate and so on. I got me masses of sate sticks to prodece some little sculptures. Here you find all about sate stick-sculptures. Is this not a surprise?

14 x 23,5 x 5 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   61 ONE SATE STICK IS A NOTHING - MANY SATE STICKS ARE A POWER

Object, 2007; sate sticks mounted on MDF;

People use sate sticks to make sate: fish sate, pork sate, chicken sate, beef sate, dog sate and so on. I got me masses of sate sticks to prodece some little sculptures. Here you find all about sate stick-sculptures. Is this not a surprise?

30 x 30 x 23 cm; 145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   62 BIG ARSEHOLE

Sculpture, 2007; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

There exists an international finger language; here is one example:

13 x 44 x 9 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   63 FUCK YOURSELF

Sculpture, 2007; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

There exists an international finger language; here is one example:

13 x 44 x 9 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   64 I WILL HIT YOU

Sculpture, 2007; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

There exists an international finger language; here is one example:

10 x 32 x 11 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   65 LITTLE ARSEHOLE

Sculpture, 2007; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

There exists an international finger language; here is one example:

12 x 44 x 10 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   66 VICTORIES

Sculpture, 2007; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

There exists an international finger language; here is one example:

13 x 43 x 9 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   67 YOUR WIFE HAS A LOVER

Sculpture, 2007; together with Made Alus; acrylic on solid wood;

There exists an international finger language; here is one example:

13 x 44 x 9 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   68 LITTLE MAN

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

There are almost as much carved penises in Bali than Buddhas. The Balinese people are really love to be fertile.

10 x 26 x 10 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   69 BIG WOMAN

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

This in the congenius partner of the little man: the big woman. This is the truth about man und woman and about domination and to avoid domination – the stonehard truth.

48 x 26 x 12 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   70 ELEGANCE IN STEEL

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

It’s a pity to use such a stylish tool only to get the flesh out of the
coconut – isn’t it?

10 x 33 x 10 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   71 FOUR POINTED “THREE POINT”

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

Not only the Greek god Poseidon did wear it, no, also the men working in the Balinese ricefields handle this simple but useful tool.

14 x 30 x 10 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   72 MY TV-AERIAL

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

You can turn it around as long as you like: it still looks like an areal.

28 x 53 x 18 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   73 A COCONUT GUILLOTINE

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

This instrument looks much more dangerous than it actually is.

13 x 40 x 13 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   74 A DANCING CLOUD

Sculpture, 2007; coral and aluminium on a wood stand;

It is like a high class performed ballet. Isn’t it?

13 x 24 x 13 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   75 SICKLE (WITHOUT HAMMER)

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

The communists lost both: hammer and sickle.

12 x 60 x 22 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   76 THE AXE

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

An axe in the house ...

12 x 31 x 12 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   77 THE SCRATCHES

Sculpture, 2006; mounted on a wood base;

If you prefer, you can use it to scratch your back, too.

14 x 28 x 14 cm;
110 Euro

Simple manipulation turn a matchbox-label into to unique piece of art. Example No. 1:
  please click to enlarge   78 THREE DURIANS

Object, 2007; acrylic on MDF;

52 x 34 x 10 cm;
250 Euro

Simple manipulation turn a matchbox-label into to unique piece of
art. Example No. 2:

                     
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79 KANGAROO

Object, 2007; acrylic on MDF;

52 x 34 x 10 cm;
250 Euro

Simple manipulation turn a matchbox-label into to unique piece of
art. Example No. 3:

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80 LIGHT MY FIRE

Object, 2007; acrylic on MDF;

52 x 34 x 10 cm;
250 Euro

  please click to enlarge   81 SOMETIMES THE MOST SIMPLE TECHNIQUES
ARE NOT WORKING OUT WELL


Sculpture, 2007; plastic bucket, metal lattice, metal band, screws, plastic string;

There is not too much to say …

38 x 27 x 32 cm;
180 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   82 THE FINAL CRY

Sculpture, 2007; wooden birdcage and a painted wooden fish.

After the December 21 in 2012 we are confrontated with this outstanding situation. Let’s wait and see (see also Nr. 32: “What are you waiting for”).

40 x 40 x 60 cm;
290 Euro
  please click to enlarge   83 LOVINA DIARY

Painting, 2007; acryl and marker on plywood;

Smart enough: an artist’s diary has to be colourful.

33 x 33 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   84 LOVINA, THE CENTRE OF WHAT?

Object, 2007, lacquer, coloured paper on plywood;

“The Centre of what?”; I tried hard to find out – successless.

56 x 91 cm;
145 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   85 FOUR GRIPS

Object, 2007; lacquer, dispersion, plastic foil, leaf, solid wood, meter, Nail, plywood on MDF;

It is more than useful in life, to have some grips to hold on if the circumstances ask for.

26 x 38 x 3 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   86 NEW MOON

Object, 2007; lacquer on plywood, mixed media;

The hidden eye of the now moon watches the peoples chaotic mess.

31 x 30 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   87 NIGHTS IN KALIBUKBUK

Object, 2007; lacquer, acrylic, dispersion on plywood, MDF an solid wood;

Let us talk about these nights a little later.

39,5 x 29,5 cm;
145 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   88 NIGHTS AT LOVINA BEACH

Object, 2007; lacquer on plywood, acrylic on MDF;

“Shall I show you the moon”, he asked her, and had a strange smile in his face. That’s the way, many love affairs start.

31 x 43 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   89 THE ARTIST’S DREAM

Object, 2007, lacquer on plywood, acrylic on plywood, wax crayon on paper, wax crayons, glass beads, solid wood;

A mixture of joy and fear, hope and resignation, inspiration and dullness – that’s how the reall and good dreams are composed.

32 x 52 cm;
215 Euro
  please click to enlarge   90 THE DAY AFTER

Object, 2007; lacquer on plywood;

Memories cut into pieces; the puzzle don’t fits together anymore. Forgotten. Forgotten.

27 x 18 cm;
110 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   91 THE LOVINA MAN

Object, 2007; lacquer on plywood, meter, solid wood, shell,
sandpaper on MDF;

Torn apart and not fit together well; what a strange existance.

35 x 46 x 5 cm;
145 Euro
  please click to enlarge   92 THE LOVINA-TOUR

Object, 2006; together with Trisno; plastic material and Lacquer on plywood;

I love these little cheap toys simple made by plastic and rubber etc. The little baby boy on the back of his horse starts for a great Bali-Tour.

39,5 x 29,5 x 3 cm;
110 Euro
  please click to enlarge   93 SINGARAJA’S TRESOR

Object, 2007; bamboo, solid wood, metal hinge on MDF;

The important values are hiding behind the heavy treasure’s door.

30 x 36 x 2 cm;
145 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   94 THE LADY FROM THE WEST

Sculpture, 2006; together with Anonymus;

Who knows the expectations? Who counts the disappointments? Who wants to be her bikini, her shoe or her sunglasses?
Questions over questions.

Acrylic on solid wood, metal, plaster of Paris;

22 x 55 x 18 cm;
215 Euro
  please click to enlarge   95 BUDDHA WITHOUT A STAR

Sculpture, 2006; acrylic on solid wood;

This is the final Buddha statue in this presentation – and it is the most colourful one. Please enjoy it.

69 x 110 x 26 cm;
215 Euro
  please click to enlarge   96 THE COLORS OF BALI I

Object, 2007; mixed media;

A huge piece of art and a meaningful collage of many different bits and pieces - self made pieces, searched for and collected ones.
Meanwhile it became a close friend to me and I’m not sure if I really want to sell it.

244 x 122 x 17 cm; 1.100 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   97 THE COLORS OF BALI II

Painting, 2008; acrylic on canvas;

Colors – signs – symbols: a designers view on a romantic place.

102 x 120 cm;
290 Euro
  please click to enlarge   98 THE COLORS OF BALI III

Object, 2008; mixed media on MDF;

Paintsticks, broken shells and a taste of Bali.

65 x 59 x 2 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   99 THE COLORS OF BALI IV

Painting, 2008; acrylic on MDF;

Green reflections on a blue sea.

42 x 49 cm; acrylik on MDF;
145 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   100 THE COLORS OF BALI V

Painting, 2008; acrylic on MDF;

Liveful red and yellow swamps over the edges.

66 x 50 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   101 THE COLORS OF BALI VI

Object, 2008; mixed media on MDF;

An expressive structure from paint sticks.

51 x 61 x 1 cm;
180 Euro
  please click to enlarge   102 THE COLORS OF BALI VII

Object, 2008; mixed media on MDF;

A composition from four squares and sensitive structures.

35 x 35 x 1 cm;
180 Euro
                     
please click to enlarge   103 THE COLORS OF BALI VIII

Object, 2008; acrylic on MDF;

Liveful colors spreading out and transfer the world.

48 x 48 x 2 cm;
180 Euro
    104 TOGETHERNESS II

Object, 2008; mixed media;

Many reasons tie us together

62 x 62 x 10 cm;
290 Euro