A new Action Continues

A New Action in Studio Weil

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92 cm x 73 cm  Acrylic paint on cloth.

Series below: 70 cm x 50 cm Acrylic paint on paper.
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Drawings from Movies


Drawings from Movies 2009 – 2015, Mixed media on paper.
The Red Shoes (1948), starring ballerina Moira Sheare. Once you put on the red shoes, you can not take them off.
Au Hasard Balthazar (1966) Director Robert Bresson. A donkey who becomes a Christ like symbol.
The Biography of Camille Claudel(1988), 2 drawings (2015). Camille Claudel, the sculptor, Rodin, was her lover.
Water for Elephants (2011) Staring Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, 2 drawingss. Love in a Circus atmosphere.
Goya’s Ghosts (2006), Director Milos Forman. Incidents in the time of Goya.
Melancholia (2011) Director Lars von Trier. The masque of marriage.

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Torn Apart

In “Torn Apart” I have responded to the conflicts which come to us daily through the media and tear us apart: In Israel, the Gaza conflict, or that of Russia and Ukraine. Living on an island I am moved to record the fate of the Migrant Boat People. And an homage to the French killed in recent terror attacks on their streets and in their theaters, all expresses itself in images of people fleeing, disembodiment…and then in strong colors, color in response to the darkness…


Remembering the Paris attacks, Carton and wood frame, 28 x 19 cm collage colored paper acrylic pens.
Torn apart 1, Indian Ashram Paper 66 x 88 cm chalk, acrylic paint pens, carbon.
Torn apart 2, Paper frame, 56 x 72.5 cm, drawing 49 x 50.3 cm, pastel, acrylic pens.
Torn Apart 3, 34x 29 cm, Paper and wood frame, drawing inside 26.5 x 17 cm, acrylic pens, carbon.
Torn Apart 4, Carton and wood frame 40.6 x 30 cm, drawing inside 26 x 20 cm, acrylic pens, pastel.

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Minotaurs


The Taming of the Minotaur. 3 Horn Minotaur 78 x 83 x 38 cm
Ah Sweet Minotaur of Life 64 x 80 x 89cm,
fibreglass with auto-lacquer

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