Contemporary artist specializing in full spectrum painting, mural, animation and digital hybrid art.

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Now some words from hälts pictured above….

There is a metamorphosis going on, the acknowledgement of pain and suffering as part of the experience and acceptance of its weight. Strengthen spirit, forgiveness, honouring the work done in the passing cycle and arrival to new understanding. Rebirth of compassion while seeking the underlying truth, what lies underneath the veil and exposing the light within. Channeling inner rage and fierceness  into powerful works of art without hindrance, free from fear, expectation and result. Going deep, treating painting and art with the utmost respect and honouring the gift given. 
© hälts 2018 

All art here is my own made my me hälts and also a few collaborations with my foamie family down in southern Mexico. All images are not to be used by people who do not respect the message, if any of these images resonate with you please do use them as a screensaver, print a small poster, whatever you need to do, if there is a connection listen to it. Art is a bridge and and my purpose is to share my art with everyone. This is my New Years gift to you. Any questions please email me at or leave a comment. Let’s make this world a better place this year and say goodbye to the things that haunt us so we can reach our true potential, together. Peace, prosperity and well being to you all. 


Metamorphasis prosesshin(s)

This painting titled, Mahaloness, began as a live painting at an event showcasing some of Shepard Fairey’s wiki linklithographs, and than I proceeded to paint it in the studio and than at yet another live event featuring the brilliant Random Rab and than back into the studio(s). It was hanging in a restaurant for 4 months, than in a recent solo I did, and now is back in my new space and wouldn’t you know it, more paint, new symbols and painterly expansion has once again occurred. When does it stop? When it wants to is my guess.
Fotomahaloness -prosesshin(s)
Paintings do have a life of their own