Energy Fields Unfurled: the One Wave Brushstroke Odyssey

Embark on a visual odyssey through the vibrant tapestry of existence with my One Wave brushstroke paintings. In this collection, each stroke undulates with the rhythm of life, love, and the echoes of mortality.

Behold as landscapes are born from the caress of light waves and abstract forms coalesce into a dance of memories and emotions.

Let tranquility envelop you as the recognizable converges with the abstract, capturing the pulsating energy of nature and the resilience of the human spirit.



Abstract painting titled 'Sun Comp', suggestive of the sun's energy through vibrant, dynamic composition.

Sun Comp, 1992, acrylic/canvas 120 x 100 cm

Artwork titled 'Sun Bird', capturing the essence of a bird in flight to the sun, with radiant colors and fluid brushwork.

Sun Bird, 1992, acrylic/canvas 120 x 100 cm

Abstract painting titled 'Pyramide of the Sun' featuring a radiant, sun-kissed pyramid ascending amidst a series of horizontal waves blending warm and cool hues, symbolizing the timeless connection between ancient civilizations and the cosmos.

Pyramide of the Sun, 1993, acrylic/canvas 130 x 100 cm

Eternal Echoes: The Pyramid of the Sun and the Dance of Celestial Rhythms

The "Pyramide of the Sun" is an evocative painting that takes the viewer on a journey through space and time. Through my 'One Wave' brushstroke technique, I've sought to encapsulate the ancient, enduring presence of a structure steeped in mystique and history—the Pyramid of the Sun. This luminous edifice rises from the canvas, its form delineated by the radiant energy of the setting or rising sun that reflects both the beginning and the end of all things.

In crafting this piece, I was driven by the rhythms of the universe, the undulating waves of energy that constitute the fabric of existence. The pyramid, a symbol of ascension, knowledge, and a conduit between the terrestrial and celestial, stands as a testament to these timeless rhythms. Its form, a portal of enlightenment, invites the observer to contemplate the vastness of our history and the mysteries still held within the Earth's memory.

The harmonious colors used in this painting echo the warm tones of the sun's embrace and the cool hues of the infinite sky, capturing the essence of our sun-drenched, wind-swept reality. The canvas is an intersection of the physical and the metaphysical, where the solidity of the pyramid and the fluidity of the ocean and sky coalesce.

This painting is not just an artistic expression but also a homage to the great achievements of past civilizations and a reminder of our place within a larger cosmic narrative. The "Pyramide of the Sun" stands as a beacon of the human spirit, continually striving towards the light, wisdom, and understanding that transcend our earthly existence.



Art piece 'Three Torches' depicting three vibrant flames, symbolizing illumination and transformation.

Three Torches, 1994, acrylic/canvas 50 x 70 cm

Canvas 'Spiral Field' showing swirling patterns that evoke a sense of movement and the cyclical nature of life.

Spiral Field, 1994, acrylic/canvas 50 x 70 cm

Artistic representation in 'Spirit on Fire', capturing the essence of a fiery spirit with bold, expressive strokes.

Spirit on Fire, 1994, acrylic/canvas 50 x 70 cm

Landscape-inspired painting 'Flame Horizon', blending fiery reds with earthy tones to create a horizon-like effect.

Flame Horizon, 1992, acrylic/canvas 70 x 50 cm

Dynamic artwork 'Flying Fields', featuring fluid lines and forms suggesting fields seen from above.

Flying Fields, 1995, acrylic/canvas 70 x 50 cm

Nature-inspired painting 'Green Fields', using varying shades of green to create a lush, vibrant landscape.

Green Fields, 1994, acrylic/canvas 90 x 110 cm

Abstract composition 'Spectral Fields Forever', with a spectrum of colors creating a sense of endless fields.

Spectral Fields Forever, 1993, acrylic/canvas 60 x 70 cm



Seasonal Waves of Power: The Energy of Life

My foray into One Wave paintings began during a period of physical weakness when a recurring spine injury from 1975 left me yearning for the comfort and solace of painting. Learn more about this experience on the Spectral Print-Paintings page.

Despite my weakened state, I found strength in picking up a small canvas and mixing light oil colors on a palette. With some wave-like stroke of color in the first day, I discovered a sense of peace and healing coming back.

As my health gradually improved, I continued to paint, evolving my One Wave brushstroke technique and ultimately creating an extensive series of oil and acrylic paintings on canvas.



Vibrant artwork 'Pleroma' depicting a dynamic array of wavy, intertwining lines and a spectrum of colors that celebrate the fullness and abundance of the universe.

Pleroma, 1995, acrylic/canvas 90 x 110 cm

Pleroma: a Canvas Aflame with the Fullness of the Universe

In "Pleroma," the canvas becomes a vibrant sea of vitality, each stroke a conduit of cosmic energy. The title, a term from Gnostic mysticism, refers to the totality of divine powers - an apt name for a piece that seems to channel the full spectrum of creation. As I wielded my brush in a unique One Wave technique, the rhythmic motions were like the ebb and flow of the universe’s own breath, a meditation in color and movement.

This piece stands as a testament to the unseen forces that bind and permeate all things. It’s a visual symphony, each hue a note, each line a verse in a grander cosmic song. The strokes blend and separate, suggesting the fluid dance of matter and spirit, the intertwining of the tangible and the ineffable.

"Pleroma" embodies the essence of what my art strives to capture: that within the chaos of our existence, there is order, beauty, and an intrinsic harmony. The very act of its creation was a journey towards an understanding of the boundless, a striving to paint not what is seen, but what is felt and known in the silent communication between the soul and the vast expanse of the universe.

This work invites the viewer to gaze deeply, beyond the surface interplay of color and form, into the essence of being. It encourages a contemplation of the inner landscapes within each of us, landscapes as rich and infinite as those cast across the heavens.

In the presence of "Pleroma," one may sense their own connection to the all-encompassing fullness it represents - a unity with the plenitude that is existence itself, a vibrant tapestry woven from the threads of an eternal dance.


Abstract artwork 'Fields 1', depicting an expansive view of imagined fields through colorful, sweeping one-wave brushstrokes.

Fields 1, 1994, acrylic/canvas 125 x 120 cm

Continuation in series with 'Fields 2', offering a different perspective on the theme of expansive, vibrant fields.

Fields 2, 1995, acrylic/canvas 125 x 110 cm

Expressive painting 'Emptiness', capturing the feeling of void through minimalist but powerful one-wave strokes.

Emptiness, 1991, acrylic/canvas 150 x 120 cm

The Unseen Forces Shape Our Reality

"Emptiness" is a profound visual exploration of space, light, and the essence of nothingness that fills and encompasses everything. The artwork features a large, tranquil blue void, a central focus that pulls the viewer into a serene, meditative state. This central expanse of color is framed by soft, warm hues that ripple outward, reminiscent of the gentle ebb and flow of water or the delicate gradations of the sky at dawn or dusk.

The painting oscillates between the notions of absence and presence, where the "emptiness" is not a lack but a presence that holds infinite potential. It serves as a canvas for the mind's projections, a space where thoughts come to rest, and new ideas can germinate. The pastel surroundings suggest the subtle energies and vibrations that permeate the vacuum, an intangible dance of life invisible to the naked eye but deeply felt in the spirit.

Through its simplicity and use of color, the artwork invites contemplation of the unseen forces that shape our reality - the boundless dimensions of the mind and the universe. It is an ode to the undefined, the unoccupied, and the unmanifest, which paradoxically is full of the energy of existence. "Emptiness" becomes a visual metaphor for the inner calm and clarity one might achieve through introspection and the recognition of the interconnectedness of all things in the vastness of creation.


Landscape piece 'Hill and Clouds', combining the tranquility of hills with the ephemeral nature of clouds.

Hill and Clouds, 1993, acrylic/canvas 90 x 60 cm

Artwork 'Madonna', a unique interpretation of the iconic figure, blending traditional imagery with modern artistic expression.

Madonna, 1978 - 2002, oil/canvas 100 x 80 cm

Colorful creation 'Rainbow Fields', where the spectrum of a rainbow merges with the concept of open fields.

Rainbow Fields, 1992, acrylic/canvas 120 x 120 cm

Art piece 'Good Evening', portraying the serene ambiance of an evening sky through calming color transitions.

Good Evening, 1991, acrylic/canvas 110 x 90 cm

Opening up 1, acrylic Painting on canvas and Art Canvas Print
Triptych titled 'Opening up', each canvas contributing to a cohesive narrative of unfolding and revelation.

Opening up, tryptych 1991, acrylics on 3 canvases 70x105 cm each, total 220 x 105 cm



A Journey of Transformation and Healing

Two years and about thirty paintings later, I created my largest painting-object to date: The Healing Rainbow of the Color Spectrum. This piece represents the culmination of my journey with the One Wave technique, showcasing the vibrant energy and healing power of color in art.

"Healing Rainbow" →