The paintings from the series Stripes (2018 - ongoing) seem to be a cross-section of many painted layers. One thinks one sees a stripes painting: nicely glossy, smooth polished, and colorful is the surface of epoxy resin. There is a variation in the width of the stripes and you can choose from two formats. What you don't see, however, is the extraordinarily laborious process. For each individual color, a groove is milled into a wooden board, filled with pigmented resin, which then has to dry and can be polished. The stripes are not too tight; they look like strings of toothpaste with round ends and seem to lie loosely over each other. The colors are distributed in such a way that they reinforce each other and have a sparkling effect.