New week, new paintings! These are made last winter, and are part of my architectural exploration. I have moved my highrise buildings up in the mountains, to let them  enjoy the freshness of the artic spring. Or is it somewhere else maybe?

If you recognize yourself, please let me know! 🙂

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5 comments on “ARCTIC LIVING”

  1. I’m sure they will enjoy the artic air free of pollution 🙂

  2. I love these. The high rise buildings being dwarfed by the mountains, nature is patient and powerful, and yet the buildings look happy, so I think it’s a good relationship between man and nature here. I like that!

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