FLOWERS of 68
Through these paintings I want to evoke a modern retro feeling that takes us back to the Flower Power era, but with a futuristic touch. My initial inspiration came from a series of photos I took of blossoming cherry trees in Kungsträdgården park in Stockholm this spring. The works then grew digitally as I worked with various types of software to create what you see today. I see the paintings as eye catchers to hang over a couch or a bed, or in an office. They will speak to the observer and intensify the feeling of harmony in most milieus.
The FLOWERS of 68 creations are printed on premium paper. I have used acid-free watercolour paper for fine art made of 100 percent cotton with a soft matt surface. The surface of the paper helps to preserve the colours and the depth in the digital images.