Water
 


The bird's fountain
(1998) 60 x 50 cm
 

The whole of Nature needs water to live.   Whether it comes down as rain from the clouds, flows from a spring or collects in a well - agriculture and animal husbandry is totally dependent on water.

Given this importance and that the human embryo develops in its mothers 'waters', it was natural that in many creation myths water should symbolize the earliest beginning of all being
.

Flowing water can symbolize the flux of time in which we find ourselves. A river comes from somewhere and goes somewhere, it has a beginning and an end.

 

See chapterl 'Exhibitons', '2010 Bad Wildungen')  The six paintigns presented there are marked with  'WIL'.
 

Please click on a small picture in order to see the enlarged images of the paintings.





At the fountain of time

(2000) 60 x 60 cm           WIL




Spring of the tree
(2007) 60 x 60 cm




Gift of water
(2000) 60 x 60 cm           WIL




Forced into the polarity
(2008) 60 x 60 cm

 




Witnesses of the source
(2007) 60 x 60 cm




At the last spring
(2007) 60 x 60 cm           WIL




At the source of forgetting
(2008) 60 x 60 cm          WIL




Longing for the source
(2008) 60 x 60 cm           WIL

 






Present of the spring
(2007) 60 x 60 cm           WIL




Spring of the year
(2007) 60 x 60 cm




Wasted water
(2008) 60 x 60 cm

         
 
         
   

 


The bird's fountain
(1998) 32,5 x 23 cm
 
Flowing memory

(2000) 30 x 24 cm
 


Fleeting memory

(2000) 30 x 24 cm

 


Tree fountain
(2003) 30 x 24 cm

             

 
 

Fruit fountain
(1999) 30 x 40 cm

 


River spring
(1999) 30 x 40 cm

     

 
 
 
     
Present to the earth
(2007) 100 x 80 cm
  The gift of water
(2007) 100 x 80 cm
     


 
 













  Water landscape
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(1986)  80 x 100 cm  /  100 x 80 cm