asking, not questioning

Dear ones, If you’re an artist, you probably question your works and yourself quite a lot. I do so, too, and a few months ago I came to the conclusion that I actually hate drawing. Which at the same time is not true. (I still love it.) Which is the part I love, and which […]


By chance

When I read websites about creative processes or how to design this or that, I often found the author striving for a perfect solution. A lot of people at the internet tell you how to optimize your finances, your work, your days in general and most importantly, your personality. Optimize yourself! Optimize! At the same time I see a lot […]



This week’s epiphany: Limiting myself is rather relieving… I know this sounds pretty unintuitive, but let me explain: I usually work with a bunch of materials and mix them all up. At the same time, I usually have issues to get started, because, you know, there are so many things I want to do! But […]

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Thoughts on Resistance

The other day I read a blog post by my dear fellow artist Jessica Serran who wrote about Resistance (yes, capital R). Most artists I’ve met know this feeling well and I’m no exception. I meet Resistance every time I start to work, and for a long time I just tried to push it away […]


Refurbishing. This is not a metaphor.

The more I think about it, the more I understand that for me, art and life couldn’t be separated. The way I live, I eat, sleep, meet people is the same way I want to make art: I love to laugh, to be curious, to constantly learn new things and to spend time with people […]

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The Joy Of Discovery And Adventure

From time to time I rewrite my artist statement. As much as I hate to put what I do in less than 300 words, it helps me clarifying what I want. In those moments I spend a lot of time to think about what’s important for me and my art. I reflect on why I […]