Recent ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Paintings

Most recent paintings:

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#72 Sad (Mathias Sager, oil on wood panel, M6 410 x 242)

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#71 Lost city (Mathias Sager, oil on wood panel, P10 530 x 410)

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#70 Red ladder facade (Mathias Sager, water mixable oil color on wood panel, M12 606 X 410)

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#69 Queasy feeling (Mathias Sager, Oil color water mixable on wood panel, M20 727X500)

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#68 Autumn (Mathias Sager, Oil color water mixable on wood panel, P12 60.6 x 45.5 cm)

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#67 Deep water [life water painting series] (Mathias Sager, oil colour water mixable on wood panel, M12 60.6 cm x 41.0 cm)

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.

According to the Happy Colorful Growth spirit, my paintings do happen (not always obviously) in the areas of (1) Japan – Switzerland, (2) Charging, (3) Female nature, and (4) Life water. I paint, although not within clear boundaries, “City scenes & Landscapes”, “Figures & Creatures”, and “Abstracts & Patterns”.

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

For most work I use professional water mixable oil colour (Winsor & Newton) that are designed to look and work like traditional oil paint, because they can be used without hazardous solvents. I mostly use canvas panel (board) or wood panel.

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. Simply marvellous paintings, so beautifully portrayed.

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