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Monthly Archives: May 2008



yesterday evening I had the good fortune of sharing preparatory artwork with thepeoplephothographer Ferry Nielsen concerning the exhibition lake-a-loon at Kremayr-house (see background on photo above) in Rust this July





…HADJOQDJA (Skin Man) said, “DADYOEnDZADÁSES (Wolf) lives in that house over there, Every day he goes around the world. He catches and kills people, brings them home and eats them. He has three sisters, who live in the house with him. They are great witches. Each day they cook human flesh and pounded green corn, for Wolf will eat nothing else. The sisters spend most of their time driving elk out of this field. Neither Wolf nor his sisters have hearts in their bodies. No one can kill them, for their lives are in another place. In a corner of the house is a couch, under the couch is a lake, on that lake a loon is swimming around, under the right wing of the loon are four hearts. The largest heart is Wolf’s, the second largest belongs to the eldest sister, the smallest belongs to the youngest sister. If you pinch one of those hearts its owner will fall to the ground, If you crush it its owner will die.”…

source:  The Internet Sacred Text Archive / Seneca Indian Myths


complete legend: Wolf and the Old Woman´s Grandson



Andreas Roseneder   the inverted balloon   watercolours dichromatic on Ecus Sistina

Andreas Roseneder   swampnymph´s balloon   watercolours on Ecus Sistina

photo: place of origins

Andreas Roseneder  the 2lips balloon  watercolours on Ecus Sistina, still wet

Andreas Roseneder    the climax balloons    watercolours dichromatic on Ecus Sistina, still wet

dry state



Andreas Roseneder    Morphine Nachtaugen    oil on canvas 1996

Andreas Roseneder    Bauerntitan    oil on canvas 1996

yellow popular




Andreas Roseneder   the 3 graces´ balloons   watercolour dichromatic on E S



Andreas Roseneder  the embrace balloon  watercolours dichromatic on E S