Friday, October 03, 2008

colours for the dark times

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felt it would be good to bring you a bit of joy in these dark times - some of you already now I like to paint and that I like to express my inner joy with colours, here are some of them for you to give you an impression of my style (it's Acryll on canvass), hope you like it...

stay tuned!

farmer

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Farmer - I do like them - very much -

DouginMI

Joyce said...

HI Bjorn,
Now that explains your artistic blog...very nice!

Joyce

Rudi said...

Hi Bjorn-
A story in pictures? I'm seeing some parts of Revelation 9 & 16 in several of your paintings. I didn't know you paint. Two days ago, for the first time in 30 years I purchased a sketch pad and pencils. -Rudi

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing!

nony

Anonymous said...

1,3,7 - my favs -

DouginMI

Anonymous said...

Bjorn,
I like them too.
But color and joy are so out of vogue, Dahling

Rudi,
Go for it !

Love, the artistically challenged but musical,
Paul

David W. said...

Great fall colours in Ontario Canada now too ... I especially liked your top canvas ... Frames anyone ?

David W. said...

http://www.400eleven.com/fall-gallery.html

a link I found to demo some Heavenly Produced Ontario Colours ...

Anonymous said...

Lovely, Bjorn!
Sincerely,
-SV

Anonymous said...

very pretty!

Anonymous said...

Gyönyörűek.

Roma said...

You are a busy man farmer.

Good job on all of them.

joyce said...

Bjorn,
This goes back to an earlier blog of yours:

http://www.sharronrose.com/BlackMadonnaSharron.htm
Her work is available in Germany:
http://www.sharronrose.com/Home.html#articles
more connections:
http://www.sacredmysteries.com/public/132.cfm

I found her involved in this event on Noetic Sciences website:

http://2012conference.org/index.html
Sorry to move away from your colors back to such darkness..
Joyce

björn (farmer) said...

Thank you for your heartful comments thanks for liking my paintings!
Joyce right on track! and Hoagland partner Bara is right there as well as occult painter Alex Grey, who I also just located here: http://www.amnh.org/rose/dome/?src=h_h
: in the American Museum of Natural History New York (the one they used for the movie "A Night at the Museum"). Now I finally found more than sufficent proof that this nice family movie is masonic to the core and I hope my article about to be complete soon...and sure enough Night at the Museum2 is to be released on 2009 May 22, so again the 12 plus the One New Age Cosmic Christ date May 22 which is so much related to Dec 22 2012.
farmer

Joyce said...

Bjorn,
Yes, and the dots always seem to connect right back to Laszlo.. He seems to move easily between the worlds of blatant occultism and world government with remarkable ease. It's absolutely mind-boggling. This can only happen when a strong delusion has already come over.

Looking forward to reading your "movie review".
Joyce

Rudi said...

Joyce,
Wow! What a huge can of worms the
2012 Conference link reveals - a cauldron of evil. Bjorn, I remember your warning about Hoagland and his book. I never did finish reading it. When I first heard of him I only knew of the NASA connection.
I now understand how deeply he and his co-author Mike Bara are involved with the darkness.
-Rudi

Paintdancer said...

Hi Bjorn,

Love the paintings! Your palette is similar to mine in that I love the primary colors and am not a huge fan of earth colors. I especially loved the one at the top, so fresh and loose!

Yesterday, I did a blog post on my art blog that got a bunch of laughs from collectors, but little did they know I was serious! I'm offering the "end of the world as we know it" painting sale!

We gotta keep doing what we enjoy in the midst of this mess we are living in, as our art can be a source of joy to others. Keep your brushes wet!

Young Grasshopper