Above are two images from my studio. One shows a part of the triptych
STREETS, BLOCKS & NEIGHBORHOOD in the making. The other image shows
the triptych against the wall. Click the others to learn more.
Learn more about these triptychs here
When I state that the painting is made on paper; I refer to watercolor paper made most often by the Italian paper mill Fabriano. Of the originals available here, only two are created in Sweden. They are Famine and Horizon. They are both made using gouache.
The rest are created in the USA and they are created using acrylics.
The measures indicate the image size
FINE ART OR WALL DECOR
Buying an original painting from an established painter is more expensive than buying it from a hobbyist. While I have a track record, most hobbyists have not.
Buying an original in that way, your money is never lost. And if the painter produces high quality, the artwork might very well increase substantially in value over time to come
The hobbyist doesn't need to get ends to meet, he/she does it for fun.
They have a pension or they have a job giving them the money they need.
You get a skilled carpenter in your house, you pay... If the neighbor's son is doing it, you get it cheap and that's about it...