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My mother, she loves her cappucino & knitting, her children and now, even her grandchildren.
My cat Okki. He really belongs in the Portrait section.
I felt he was sick half a year before the doctors saw it on the MRI's. He had surgery twice and survived a melanoma in his nose (they have never had a case like this in the wold) for two years, after which the vet gave him flee medication for dogs by mistake. He died on July 27 2017.
Another one of my students, from Lithuania, she is a great person. Plus I thought she would look great in a kimono. And then I added tea. And mount Fuji rolled out of my brush. To my surprise, she later went to Japan, actually did get to wear a kimono and... had a tea ceremony. I can only dream...
Wow, Japan always seemed like the best place to go because I wouldn't understand anything and would have to reinvent myself.
This man recorded the song my father wanted to hear before he died and that could be found nowhere. I only heard my father cry twice in his life. This was the last time.
Kathrin, one of my students. She loves colour and Mexico and brought me three lovely colourful bowls, they bring the sunshine in.
And yet another student of mine: Yisa. I have know her for quite a few years and she still sends me birthday cards, how sweet is that?!
Yet another one of my students. He used this portrait for a long time! He wanted to bribe me with super tasty Greek tea to pass his exam. Sorry but no 😼 But the tea was awsome!
One day, as a child, I had no idea what to do and was bored, which is quite rare. I went downstairs and asked my mother "What shall I do? I am so bored..." She suggested I did some drawing, just when I thought that I would do some drawing.
My reaction was 'No, I don't want to do that, I really don't feel like that! So bad...
May come soon!
May come soon!