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Featured Artist of The Week: Lamarriv!

Featured Artist of The Week: Lamarriv!

"I always try to capture the imperfection in the reaction versus the perfection in the elaborated thought.

"I always try to capture the imperfection in the reaction versus the perfection in the elaborated thought.

I would like you to feature my work as it poses visual art from the point of view of an observer, of a professional writer. Under this observation, I have explored the reaction of human life with the literary touch of poetry together with the lights of visual art. A couple that I have seen work harmoniously and refreshingly.

I try to provoke in the active viewer the impulse to connect an image to a sentence, to a loose paragraph lost between the pages of a book that you read quietly in a bookstore... I try to evoke an endearing story, a sigh suspended in the autumn air."


Selected artwork:


Artworks in order:


'Desolation', 2021, pencil & graphite, 30 x 30 cm, 1000 DLLS (american)


The aftermath behind the deep disappointment towards the indolence of a world alien to emotional human fragility, the free fall and the irremediable emptiness was the central idea to create this work.


'Didn't Know Why' 2021, pencil & graphite, 30 x 30 cm, 1000 DLLS

The silent word, the sentiment encapsulated within a secret buried

within a bottle thrown into the calm sea. This portrait speaks of the frustration of a latent love, not manifested, punished with a painful repression.

'Captain Casablanca', 2021, charcoal & ink, 30 x 30 cm, not available


An enigmatic perspective in chiaroscuro, a fascinating story that unfolds between blinks, flashes and a magnetic complicity between the viewer and the song.

This portrait is based and inspired by the video/song 'I dine øjne' of Danish band Efterklang and its frontman Casper Clausen alias 'Captain Casablanca'.


I would like you to feature my work as it poses visual art from the point of view of an observer, of a professional writer. Under this observation, I have explored the reaction of human life with the literary touch of poetry together with the lights of visual art. A couple that I have seen work harmoniously and refreshingly.

I try to provoke in the active viewer the impulse to connect an image to a sentence, to a loose paragraph lost between the pages of a book that you read quietly in a bookstore... I try to evoke an endearing story, a sigh suspended in the autumn air."


Selected artwork:


Artworks in order:


'Desolation', 2021, pencil & graphite, 30 x 30 cm, 1000 DLLS (american)


The aftermath behind the deep disappointment towards the indolence of a world alien to emotional human fragility, the free fall and the irremediable emptiness was the central idea to create this work.


'Didn't Know Why' 2021, pencil & graphite, 30 x 30 cm, 1000 DLLS

The silent word, the sentiment encapsulated within a secret buried

within a bottle thrown into the calm sea. This portrait speaks of the frustration of a latent love, not manifested, punished with a painful repression.

'Captain Casablanca', 2021, charcoal & ink, 30 x 30 cm, not available


An enigmatic perspective in chiaroscuro, a fascinating story that unfolds between blinks, flashes and a magnetic complicity between the viewer and the song.

This portrait is based and inspired by the video/song 'I dine øjne' of Danish band Efterklang and its frontman Casper Clausen alias 'Captain Casablanca'.


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