Mirror Mirror 2

[singlepic=45,480,640] The next piece in the Mirror Mirror series. Acrylic paint and watercolor on A3 sized Hahnemühle torchon paper. You can buy the piece here: [wp_eStore_fancy2 id=8] Enjoy!

Leaving Copenhagen

I live with my wife Anne and our two kids Victor and Carla in the area of Copenhagen called Frederiksberg. We’ve been living here since before the twins were born which is to say since december 2008. The kids were born in february 2010. Frederiksberg … Continue readingLeaving Copenhagen

Mirror Mirror

[singlepic=44,640,802] I’m getting fat. So my wife says. Sadly I have to agree, a belt of extra thickness has accumulated above the hem of my pants and I can’t wait to see it gone. Don’t worry, I won’t nausesate you with any imagery, I know … Continue readingMirror Mirror


I was out walking with the twins yesterday and decided to swing by one of Copenhagens more upscale galleries. This place is not much different from the rest of the galleries here, but having the twins along gave me an opportunity to see things from … Continue readingHostile


[singlepic=38,600,400] Photographer Bent Rej opened his exhibition of Rolling Stones photos at Martin Asbæk Gallery yesterday. Bent shot his photos of the Stones back in 1965-66 when they weren’t yet renowned as one of the worlds greatest rockbands. A few years ago I received 6 … Continue readingIntimacy


[singlepic=37,300,600] I just got back to the studio after a few days of cash generation – teaching in the auditorium. This morning my throat felt sore from a cold, and all I could think of was getting some more sleep. It’s been raining for 3 … Continue readingVanity

My Space

I moved into my new studio on April 1st. this year. It’s located in the Meat Packing district of Copenhagen. Some of the district is now inhabited by artists, and I have my studio in a shared space called “Slagtehus 40” (Slaughterhouse 40) which opened … Continue readingMy Space

Back to Basics

“Enough!” from Sketches By Carl Frederik Waage Beck I have been working on the upcoming limited edition prints today, setting up my favourite paintings in the studio, first photographing and then later retouching them in Photoshop. I am comfortable taking photos and will often bring … Continue readingBack to Basics