2017

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Cycle: Approach

This drawing was created at the end of March of 2017. Since the diagnosis in 2015, my wife passed away in a slow, painful, and excruciating way. This process of dying went on until […]

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Dante’s Inferno

Those who dare to dive deep into the depths of the soul or – as Dante – to the depths of hell could burn themselves. It’s a difficult journey. Can it be successful? […]

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Les jeux sont faits

Sartre’s novel “Le jeux sont faits” inspired me to create this dark image where people appear like shadows and observe the viewer. […]

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Hannah Arendt

Hannah Arendt (1906-1975) was a German Jewish woman and philosopher. During National Socialism, she was forced to emigrate to the US, becoming a US-Citizen in 1951. Her work as a political theorist and publicist made […]

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Collection of Pictures 2015-2017

From 2015 to 2017, I experienced many ups and downs. It started with an additional family member, a twelve-week old puppy (young Tree, first Blossoming and Red-Energy). Then my wife’s cancer diagnosis happened. The horrible suffering following […]

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Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo

Venerable Karma Lekshe Tsomo, founder of Sakyadhita, International Association of Buddhist Women, the “Daughters of Buddha” Both pictures (see the other one) were created after the Sakyadhita Conference in Hong-Kong in 2017. Originally, I didn’t […]

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Tenzin Palmo

Tenzin Palmo, current president of Sakyadhita, International Association of Buddhist Women, the “Daughters of Buddha” Both pictures (see the other one) were created after the Sakyadhita Conference in Hong-Kong in 2017. Originally, I didn’t want […]

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Star Wars, Mustafar und his factories

Mustafar, the volcanic planet from Star Wars, is rich in natural resources. That’s why it hosts multiple factories with floating platforms, see Wookieepedia. Mustafar becomes famous after the fight between Anakin and Obi-Wan Kenobi, before […]

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Mangrove

Mangrove trees are plants with a high tolerance to salt, which grow in oxygen-poor littoral zones. They seem […]