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The proper study of mankind is a non-starter when asked whether to use e-mail at least ... poor and a long way off. Now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true. Anyone who tells a lie has not a pure heart, and cannot make a good soup.

FRUITFUL IN APPEARANCE ONLY. Each tree is recognized by its own fruit. [ Luke 6:44 ] ... " can a salt spring produce fresh water. " I warned them against selling food on that day " [ Nehemiah 13:15b ] " Then Isaiah said, " Prepare a poultice of figs." They did so and applied it to the boil, and he recovered." [ 2 Kings 20:7.] Mules are reputed to be more patient, hardy and long-lived than horses and are described as less obstinate and more intelligent than donkeys. " Arise, come, my darling; my beautiful one, come with me." [ Song of Songs 2:13b ] We may assume we are blessed when life goes well and cursed when it does not. But trouble is a blessing when it makes us stronger, and prosperity is a curse if it entices us away from God. If you are facing trouble, ask God to help you grow stronger for him. If things are going your way, ask God to help you use your prosperity for him. ©
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Oil painter palette-speak.

Originally posted by jespersa at Oil painter pallet-speak. ©
" Be provocative. Absurdity is underrated." If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope.

#The social and spiritual agenda of my oil painting, search for a distinct style. Revelation, and the using of a limited repertoire of recurring motif or subject matter, often lead me to use my intuition with my minimal reductionist style of vibrant colour and geometric shapes which require a high degree of effort to fill in the details. I particularly like Yellow, Crimson and Phthalo Greens. The painting which is at times primitive, I consider myself a painter who is examining the lay of the landscape and flatness of the picture surface. Overall my painted oeuvre is not large.

See also; http://mountcompass.livejournal.com

#The Brand of oil paint that I use;
The main colours that I employ on my palette.
1. Spectrum Yellow
2. Golden Yellow
3. Phthalo Blue
4. Ultramarine Blue
5. Spectrum Red Deep
6. Permanent Crimson
7. Phthalo Green;
#Medium used; '#Archival Oils' #Lean Odourless medium.
; Titanium White oil paint.

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Born: Copenhagen, Danmark

P.O. Box - McLaren Vale,
S.A. 5171, Australia.
email: jespersa@gmail.com

Autodidactic, [principally self-taught].
1973 Desiderius Orban, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
1973 Graham Inson, Sydney, NSW
1970-1972 Julian Ashton Art School, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
1967, 1968 Murray Walker & Robert Grieve at Graham&rsquo's Castle,
Adelaide Uni. Summer School, Goolwa, SA
1964-1966 Self-taught @ Terowie & Tailem Bend SA.

2010 - SALA Festival @ Mount Compass, SA
2002 - SALA Festival, Red Dot Gallery, Ingleburne, McLaren Vale, SA
2002 - Adelaide Fringe, The Arts Centre, Port Noarlunga, SA
1999 - John Dunn Gallery, Bridgewater, SA
1999 - Red House Gallery, Sturt, SA
1979 - Adelaide Fine Art and Graphics, SA

Artist is listed in the following Australian standard biographical reference:
1990 - Germaine, Max. Artists and Galleries of Australia, Volumes 1 & 2, Third Edition. Craftsman Press, Sydney, 1990. Page 10.

1999 - Adelaide Hills Weekender, June '99, by Joel Weatherald.
1999 - “ Copyright conundrum puts an artist out of the picture “- Michael Reid " The Australian," newspaper, December 13th, 1999, page 18.
I have also had my paintings exhibited in 43 selected group shows since between 1970 to 2010, below are an edited, and incomplete list of places and galleries were I have shown my artwork:


1970-1971 The Orient Hotel, George Street North, Sydney, N.S.W. Australia.
1971 - Julian Ashton gallery, Sydney, N.S.W.
1971 - The Newcastle Hotel, Sydney, N.S.W.
1979, 1982, 1985 CAS Gallery, Adelaide, S.A.
1992 - Chapel Hill Winery and Gallery, McLaren Vale S.A.
1992 - The Old Clarendon Gallery, S.A.
1996 - The Noarlunga Community Art Centre, S.A.
1997 - Chambers Gallery, City of Marion, S.A.
1997 - Pirramimma Winery, McLaren Vale, S.A.
1998 - The Barn, McLaren Vale, S.A.
1998 - The Noarlunga Community Art Centre, S.A.
1998 - Richard Hamilton Winery, Willunga, S.A.
1998 - McLaren Vale Visitors Centre, McLaren Vale, S.A.
1998-1999 - Broken Hill City Art Gallery, N.S.W.
2000 - Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide, S.A.
2004 - Det Runde Hus, Holsteinsgade 41, Odder, Jylland, Danmark
2006 - My Happiness Exhibition, Tin Cat Café, Kent Town, S.A.
2006 - The Bobonaro Project, Tin Cat Café, Kent Town, S.A. Ref. Dr Bruno Giorgio, MB  BS  MRCOG  FRANZCOG.
2016 - 2017 A Small World - International Art Show for Cancer Research, Magpie Springs, 1870 Brookman Road, Hope Forest, SA.

1971, 1972 PRIZES Won: Jesper attended Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney where he won the Noni Guthrie prize for free expression in 1971 and shared the 1st prize in 1972 in the Phillip Musket Prize for landscape.

1998 - 10th of May, Mothers Day, Featured on a long-running television program titled: " POSTCARDS " Channel 9, TV.


Yashepheh as Ned Kelly.

Originally posted by jespersa at Yashepheh as Ned Kelly.

Title: Yashepheh as Ned Kelly.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil and collage on cardboard.
For Not Sale

Ned Kelly, - An Australian bush ranger and social bandit.
Yâshephêh is Hebrew for jasper, the name Jesper being a Danish spelling of jasper, another words Yâshephêh as Ned Kelly is the artist seeing himself as Ned Kelly in this painting . The red under paint give the painting depth. With red underlying large areas of the two dimensional painted surface, like a lifeblood. Complemented by the geometry of the painting.

Solitude of the Ark.

Originally posted by jespersa at Solitude of the Ark.

Title: Catherine and Jessica.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
For Not Sale

In fiction, when one person reads the mind of another, it is often described as being able to hear this internal monologue as if it were said out loud.
Internal monologue, also known as inner voice, internal speech, or stream of consciousness is thinking in words. It also refers to the semi-constant internal monologue one has with oneself at a conscious or semi-conscious level.

Title: I am in the River.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: oil on cardboard.
For Not Sale

" ...I will extend peace to her like a river, and the wealth of nations like a flooding stream; you will nurse and be carried on her arm and dandled on her knees."

Title: Solitude [ Terroir ] of the Ark
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
For Not Sale

Solitude as in " terroir " can be very loosely translated as "a sense of place," which is embodied in certain characteristic qualities, the sum of the effects that the local environment has had on the production of the art. At its core is the assumption that the land from which the art is inspired, imparts a unique quality that is specific. The amount of influence and the scope that falls under the description of terroir has been a controversial topic in visual art.

Brave art.

Originally posted by jespersa at Brave art.
Originally posted by jespersa at Brave art.

Title: Braveart.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil on carboard.
For Not Sale

I was browsing an art magazine - Fine Art of Today's West. When I saw an advertisement for an exhibition at “ Red Cloud Indian School “ by the American Sioux Lakota artist, Braveheart. After contacting him via E-mail, I painted the above autobiographical oil painting titled " Braveart " as a homage to Braveheart.
The motif in the painting shows a “ blue hand, blue meaning heavenly origin; the Lord from heaven, a white finger print; white meaning light, righteousness, purity, and three Sioux Indian words, floating on oval cells, suggesting movement of the Internet and different tribes of post-modern people meeting one another in cyber space. I understand the two Sioux words , " Lakota and Ohitika ". Lakota; meaning friend, and Ohitika; meaning brave.

Title: Forbidden landscape telling.
Painter: Jesper Andersen
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
For Not Sale

My art consists of works produced by myself, who for various reasons I have not been culturally indoctrinated or socially conditioned. They are all kinds of art works on the fringes of society. I am working outside fine art "system" (schools, galleries, museums). These pictures have been produced, from the depths of my own personalty and for myself, and exhibited only on this Internet blog site. Works of outstanding originality in concept, subject and techniques, creativity is untidy and unnerving. They are works which owe nothing to tradition or fashion. They form a truly singular reality of their own.

Raw and redolent Nullarbor Nymph.

Originally posted by jespersa at Raw and redolent Nullarbor Nymph.

Title: Nullarbor Nymph humpy.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil on cardboard
For Not Sale

The myth of the Nullarbor Nymph was born in December of 1971, and has become outback folklore. A young woman was photographed, wearing some strategically placed animal skins, running along the Nullarbor Plain. The female beauty lived in the desert with the kangaroos. National and world wide media organisations flocked to the tiny town of Eucla just over the Western Australian border. Eucla is so small that if you blink on your way through, you’d miss it. A motel, a petrol bowsers, one phone box, and the population of eight. There where even suggestions that she might be an itinerant Adelaidian who had disappeared from the motel the year before, leaving all her belongings behind. Out there, in the middle of nowhere, it seemed possible, even likely. The locals were taking tourists out into the scrub and surrounding bushland, showing them imprints of a woman's feet in the sand, and a place where it was believed the Nullarbor Nymph had her humpy.
In other words, the patterns are directly perceived as somehow meaningful and thereby offer themselves as salient motifs for use in rituals.

Jesper Andersen is listed in the following standard biographical references:
Germaine, Max. Artists and Galleries of Australia, Volumes 1 & 2, Third Edition. Craftsman Press, Sydney, 1990. Page 10
Originally posted by jespersa at This oil painting is titled ' War and Peace '. ©

Title: " War and Peace ."
Painter: Jesper Andersen
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
For Not Sale

'War and Peace' is a homage to the youthful woman, a beautiful muse.It deals with the ravages and battle for peace in the body. Behind the central green female figure in the middle of the landscape, is the oil painter in red, laying down. This painting express a sense of climatic character, and stinging precision, with the splurge of paint and design. Which have meaning beyond simple description. All curves on the road to War and Peace, have different twists and turns, so curves on our bodies work the same way. There are some curves that have more hills, and some curves have more dents. The Masculine, expressed through the vertical lines, can be seen in the trees; the balance can be reached (for example) by introducing a horizontal line of the sea. A woman will recognize herself in the endless horizontal line of the sea and will sing her balance in the vertical lines of the wood.

This was the first oil painting on the subject of the female form in the landscape series.

Title: The Gap.
Painter: Jesper Andersen  ©
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
Donated to charity; IMOG initiative raising funds for the women & children of East Timor.

Title: First water, fire tracks and vineyards.
{This painting has since been destroyed by fire}.
Painter: Jesper Andersen  ©
Medium: Oil on canvas
Size: 167 x 122cm
Date: 10/07/2002.
This painting is a primitive style, composite rendition of a vineyard. The painting developed out of the lower half of another oil on canvas landscape titled; " First water,fire tracks and vineyards." See below.
The original painting shown here in the photograph below;
' First water, fire tracks and vineyards 'has since been destroyed.


Title: Willunga Hillock.
Painter: Jesper Andersen. ©
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
Donated to charity.; IMOG initiative raising funds for the women & children of East Timor.
Ref. Dr Bruno Giorgio
MB  BS  MRCOG  FRANZCOG  Cheif Executive Officer IMOG
12/10/2006  " Tin Cat Cafe. SA.

Seaview road, McLaren Vale. ©

Originally posted by jespersa at Seaview road, McLaren Vale. ©

Title: Seaview road, McLaren Vale
Painter: Jesper Andersen
Medium: oil on cardboard
For Not Sale

Seen from a high vantage point, this approachable landscape embodies a pioneering spirit with our impact on the natural environment, as roads cut into the landscape, and with it's frontal aspect of the Seaview sub region. An enthusiasm for lemon citrus colour, adding a tangy note to this animated subject, with a hint of vineyard. This painting is as fiercely original as the beautiful country of the Fleurieu Peninsula is remote.

Salvation Jane and Vineyard. ©

Originally posted by jespersa at Salvation Jane and Vineyard. ©

Title: Salvation Jane and Vineyard.
Painter: Jesper Andersen.
Medium: Oil on cardboard.
For Not Sale

This post-modern oil painting shows vineyards in the Fleurieu Peninsula wine growing region. Its an intuitive representation of colour and form that I perceive,and have reduced the pictorial space to a two-dimensional plane, eliminating illusion and representing objects as geometric shapes.
It has shallow red brown ironstone soils with limestone, surrounded by white flowered Almond blossom flora, with a suggestion of mega fauna in the Salvation Jane vineyards.The painting is a self-sufficient entity independent of the external world of Willunga. Which lies south of Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia.
Shalom Aleichem ! - Peace be unto you.