The drawing is based on a photo snapshot into the treetops of a group of trees in the Lobetal. You can see the trunks, branches and twigs. The drawing is drawn with brush pen - fast and fluid. From close distance, you can see the restless, sometimes hectic brushstroke. It almost seems like an abstract network of an informal tangle of lines. But the further away you get, the more spatial the image becomes, and the black and white pattern turns into branches against a sky flooded with light.
For me, these drawings are also always sher exciting: because while I draw them, I see of course only the more or less abstract close distance. On average, I make 3-4 interruptions, but even then I force myself not to examine the image further from afar. Only when it is really finished, I hang it up and can see what I have just finished. By the way: I sit at a drawing in this size (36 x 56 cm) about 6 - 8 hours - which is quite a challenge for the eyes.