Chance is an element I not only welcome but actively seek out. Starting out as random patterns, these pieces help me draw images from my subconscious.
Much of the atmosphere in this work derives from my rural Bavarian childhood with its superstitions, its tales of temperamental and mischievous spirits, and the many flitting, half-seen, half-imagined creatures with which a child's imagination populates forests and dark barns. Animal, human, or both, these tricksters, performers and others are shape-shifting and ambiguous, comical or mythical creatures.

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dog dreams of new world

Old dog dreams of a new world 50x70cm

devil and dog

Devil and dog bring home a soul 50x70cm

it comes to all of us

It comes to all of us 50x35cm

the shock of becoming flightless

The shock of becoming flightless 70x50cm


Carrot and stick, my ass! 50x70cm

the boot fairy

The Boot Fairy 70x50cm

patron saint of birds

The patron saint of birds 70x50cm

get away from me!

Get the hell away from me! 35x50cm

the bird calamity

The Bird Calamity 70x50cm

the beggar

The Beggar 50x35cm

sunrise at the edge of the world

Sunrise at the edge of the world 35x50cm


The Pet 50x35cm


Clairvoyant 20x50cm


Trumpeter 20x50cm


Three-cup-trick albatross 50x35cm

anteaters ball

The anteater's ball 70x90cm

look, no hands

Look - no hands! 50x35cm

the toy

The Toy 90x60cm


Dancers 30x20cm


Bad News 35x50cm


Jester 50x20cm

patron saint

The patron saint of sleeping dogs 70x90cm

feed me

Feed me! 50x35cm

the weight of the world

The weight of the world 50x35cm


Puppeteer 70x90cm

fear of flying

Fear of flying 40x15cm


Revenge 50x35cm