Recent ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Paintings

I do paint to show my soul that I am listening.

I believe the creative process is a key to physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

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#66 Nature fights back (Mathias Sager, Oil colour water mixable on wood panel (F12 60.6 cm x 50.0 cm)

 

mathias-sager-samurai-make-up-painting-20161112#65 Samurai Make-up [Japan – Switzerland painting series] (Mathias Sager, oil colours water mixable on wood panel (F10 530 x 455)

mathias-sager-facade-painting-20161105#64 Facade [Japan – Switzerland painting series] (Mathias Sager, Oil colours water mixable, 3 wood panels each 33.3 x 19.0 x 1.2 cm)

mathias-sager-rgb-iii-20161104#63 RGB III [Charging painting series] (Mathias Sager, Oil colours water mixable on canvas board, 27.5×22.1×0.4 cm (10.6″x8.7″x0.16″))

mathias-sager-stairways-20161103#62 Stairways [Charging painting series] (Mathias Sager, Oil colors water mixable on canvas board, 8F 46.7×38.1×0.4 cm (18.4″x15″x0.16″))

 

For more of my paintings, please see:

Art / Paintings

  1. Japan – Switzerland painting series
  2. Charging painting series
  3. Female nature painting series
  4. Life water painting series

About mathias sager

Thinking and writing for happiness, painting colorfully, and enabling personal growth for all. Fostering co-operative and humanitarian principles, economic and social equality, as well as environmental sustainability. Using broad international experience and progressive, egalitarian and global outlook to promote care for the next generation.
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3 Responses to Recent ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Paintings

  1. Mama Cormier says:

    Hello Mathias, thanks for stopping by my blog and deciding to follow me. I’m hoping to post more of my art and the art my students make in the near future. I’m enjoying your art and would like to see more. Looking forward to more of your posts.

  2. rommel says:

    Mad respect to the painter that you are. BOW!
    For a moment, I thought those stairs were books…. interesting.

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