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Waiting for Water

There's just something about boats at land. The contradiction of it all. And how huge they actually look when their whole bow is showing. When they're mixed up with landly features, like power lines or grass, it's even more interesting. With spring coming up there are a lot of boats on the road. Heading towards…

A 5 minute fishing trip

Sometimes there are few time gaps through the day. I had 5 minutes to spare a few days ago. Usually I'll spend it checking my phone. Which I do too much these days. So I made the decision that I would use it a bit more productive this time. I wanted to make a quick…

Digital Paintings in Physical Frames

I've been doing a lot of digital painting lately. Simply because there hasn't been much time to paint. And when there's not much time, digital painting is the far most efficient way to get things done. But all the paintings are just sitting there on my computer now. So I thought, why shouldn't they also…

All the Ways

Life can take us in so many different directions, which will probably, with time, make huge differences in how our lives play out. Some choices you get to make. Others get chosen for you, or are mere coincidences. I guess the key is to find happiness on the road you've ended up. Anyway, that's what…

The Retired Fisherman

There is something very vulnerable about the thought of not being able to do what you love anymore. For some, retirement seems like a liberation. For others, a degradation. For a fisherman, his work seems like such a massive part of his personality. Someone who is proud, strong and weather-beaten, and always hard at work.…

The Fisherman and the Sea

This is my third digital oil painting, and I'm having a blast making them. It felt right putting in a fisherman in this one. But I don't feel that he's trapped there. I feel that he's longing to get back out to sea. How he'll manage it, I don't know. But I feel confident that…