Lost In Moonlight

I walked in the woods, on a path I walked
many times before, completely lost in thought,
not noticing that darkness was falling, that stars
appeared in the sky, that moonlight
brightened my path. A sound brought me

out of my musings, I was startled and looked up,
surprised to see that the trees silvery white
stood out against the darkness of the night.
A warm yellow light called me, far away
from behind the trees. I was in doubt,
should I go? Is it a dream or am I awake?

'Lost In Moonlight' is a new artwork in my collection 'Secret Places'.

Lost in moonlight - a surrealistic experience when taking a walk in the woods at night
Lost In Moonlight

Prints are available in my Saatchi Art portfolio at the artwork page, or order it directly from me by asking for a quote on the Secret Places page or contact me through a message.


Through my artworks I ask you to reflect for a moment on the nature around you, on the beautiful feeling that nature can evoke, on your actions to support the wellbeing of the earth and everything that lives on it, on what humanity loses when many of us continue on the destructive path of ever more greed and consuming, on how you can survive in this rapidly changing world…

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This is a digital transformation of a photo, printed with high-quality ink on museum-quality, acid-free cotton/rag paper (Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 308gsm). The work comes in a limited edition of 10, signed and with a certificate of authenticity. Maximum size is 225Wx150H cm / 90Wx60H inches.

For these artworks, I start with one or more photographs made by myself, which I edit in multiple process runs and in several layers by color manipulation and adding and editing multiple digital photographic effects, until a surrealistic atmosphere is created that touches me and tells the story I want to tell.

The photograph I begin with has an impressionistic, surrealistic and/or abstract realist style, which is the basis for all my work.