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FU-DOGS

2003
47 X 29 cm (18'' X 11'')
Oil and acrylic on wood, gloss varnish.
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The Fu-Dogs were created by the gods in order to find and chew demons.

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  • Posted by: YOGIBEAR Site 2006-11-28
      I WANTED TO BE THE FIRST TO COMMENT ON THIS PICTURE.....AND TO SAY THAT THE TREE IMAGES IN THE BACK BRING A SENSE OF DEJA VU.....TO BE SO TALENTED IS A WONDERFUL GIFT
  • Posted by: Bengt&Hilde Alexandersson 2007-01-08
      "Eller inte gå för nära kärnkraftverken" ser ut som kärnkraftverk i förgrunden ? Hur som hellst min fru köpte den och är helnöjd med affären ty hon älskar BLÅTT min kvinna..../Bengt
  • Posted by: TearZs 2007-02-11
      this is an interesting painting keep it up
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    STALLING

    2003
    48 X 58 cm (18'' X 22'')
    Oil and acrylic on wood, gloss varnish.
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    A red plane is stalling. When I exhibited this painting I noticed a recurring event: A couple stood and admired the painting, first they were impressed by its depth; that the plane seems to hang in mid air outside the painting. Then the male part of the couple went into explaining the flight term 'stalling' using distinct hand gestures, after this the woman part of the couple became worried and wondered if the plane was about to crash. They then agreed that the plane was probably piloted by a skilled pilot with the ability to get it back in level flight in time. During the time I spent at the gallery I witnessed this scene at least five times.

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  • Posted by: Anonamous 2006-05-14
      Your story about this painting is truly something to thnk about and I do se what they mean that the plane does stand out. Quite nice, but it is not my thing, but still a good painting =).
  • Posted by: Max Magnus 2006-05-14
      To put it frankly, this painting isn't really my thing either. I did these more impressionistic paintings at a time when I was having kind of a low and found it not quite worth the effort to concentrate too much on details. They do have some qualities but aren't anywhere near most of my other work if compared.
  • Posted by: researching art student 2006-11-13
      Max - so do you reckon that all impressionism lacks detail?
  • Posted by: Max Magnus 2006-11-13
      Compare a Bosch or Dali painting or something along that branch with a Renoir or a Monet and you will on an objective plane undoubtedly find a richer wealth of detail in the former ones. However, impressionist and expressionist techniques leave much to the beholder's imagination, enabling some viewers to read in as much details as they wish in the painting.
  • Posted by: Russell 2006-11-28
      At first I saw the plane as flying veritcal, then imagined it suspended in air above the ground and last as if viewing it from underneath and flying away from a wall. After working through the possiblities and giving myself virtigo this sureal plane stikes an impossible position above the calm country side. This plane lives in a world with no sense on panic, in a sensible world where planes always float like hot air balloons. It's the plane for our times. I love it, thanks.
  • Posted by: Sam 2006-12-01
      By chance is the red plane suppose to symbolize The Red Baron at all? Everytime I think of a red plane, I think of Manfrid Von Richtophen.. if I even spelt that right!
  • Posted by: Max Magnus 2006-12-01
      Hard not to associate to ye ol' baron, the plane might be slightly too modern though.