Angels

Nowadays I can’t paint angels like in old times as robust and sweet
beings. This picture is pretty well-worn and could only work in a
very naïve or ironically way. I tried to approach them in different
ways:  as appearances of light only, as mere abstract figures or
remaining in an open sketch like manner. All these ways respect the
transcendency they’re possessed of.
Window Angel I (27.6 x 20), oil on
acrylic, 1997
Window Angel II (27.6 x 20), oil on
acrylic, 1997
Window Angel III (27.6 x 20), oil
on acrylic, 1997
The windows for the
Angel Appearances
above were chosen
from special locations:
a neglected church in
Tuscany (left), a former
partisan center in the
Umbrian forests and a
deserted  train station
in Stuttgart, were
couples met.
Edith's Angel, oil on
acrylic, 1996  
SOLD
Angel of the Lagoon (20x27.6), oil on acrylic, 1998
Angel of Lamentation (27.6x20),
oil on acrylic, 2000
Angel of the Air (27.6x20), oil on
acrylic, 2001
Angel of the Earth (27.6x20), oil on
acrylic, 2001
Our Angel (27.6x20), oil on
acrylic, 2002
Angel of the Fire (27.6x20), oil on
acrylic, 2001
Angel of the Sea (27.6x20), oil on
acrylic, 2001
The Old Oak (13.7 x 9.5), oil
on acrylic, 2002
Appearance I (10.6x9.7), oil on
acrylic, 2002
Appearance II (12x9.8), acrylic,
2003
Appearance III (8.3x7.8), acrylic,
2003
Vision in the Park (11.4x12.4), acrylic,
2003
Appearance IV
(15.7x9.3), acrylic, 2003
Angels over the Sea (8x15.5), acrylic, 2003
Appareance over the Sea
(27.6x20), oil on acrylic, 2003
Dancing Angels (10x7),
acrylic, 2003
Appearance V (9.5x5.8),
acrylic, 2003
Rising Angel (12.7x8.3),
acrylic, 2003