Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Erika Husselmann
31 followers
31 followers
About
Erika's posts

Post has attachment
week 24 - rain in Africa
Rain in large parts of Africa is scarce and precious, therefore so much appreciated and celebrated.. by animal and human alike. This little painting is about that very substance, more precious than diamonds and gold. And it has a song that played in my head...

Post has attachment
week 23 - spirits of Afrika
Happy New Year and a most wonderful 2017 to each and every amazing person that reads this. Bless you for following my art and having a look at what is cooking. New year's resolutions? Pfffffft who needs them? Let's just carry on and up! So here is another o...

Post has attachment
work 22 - hats off
Yep, hats off to you for returning to this blog ;-) No seriously, if it wasn't for you beautiful people coming back here to see more of my scribblings on canvas and paper, where would this be? Hats hold a special place in my heart.. that very special piece ...

Post has attachment
work 21 - to the moon and back
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal.  2  And if I have   prophetic powers, and understand all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have all faith,  so as to remove mountains, but have no...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
work 20 - four plus one
work 20 and I've lost count of the weeks LOL! the reference for this painting is rather personal coming from a family of 4 girls and a boy happy childhood, loved by the most wonderful parents one could wish for the process for this painting is a recipe I of...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
work 19 for 2016
This is 'schmetterlings' - in oils, acrylic, graphite and coloured pencil on stretched canvas. Size is 510mm x 510mm or 20" x 20". Loaded with scribbles and doodles, drawings and mark-making reflective of a life well lived. A little bit of history, dreaming...

Post has attachment
work 18 - tūrangawaewae
Tūrangawaewae  is one of the most well-known and powerful Māori concepts. Literally tūranga (standing place), waewae (feet), it is often translated as 'a place to stand'.  Tūrangawaewae  are places where we feel especially empowered and connected. They are ...

Post has attachment
work 17
right, let's make that 'work 17' of 'work a way' project for 2016 - who said anything was set in stone anyway? things are flexible in this floating studio.. yes, we're still living the dream in our boat for now ;-) and working away on this arty thing (more ...
Wait while more posts are being loaded