Drawing

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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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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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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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CSI Miami

Inspired by the opening credits of the TV show with the same name, starring the coolest investigator on earth: Lieutenant Horatio Caine, aka David Caruso […]

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Myanmar

In 2003, I was happy to be part of an international group of seven women. All were coming from scientific fields such as theology, philosophy, and anthropology. Together, we visited Myanmar for two weeks, just […]