We began working on the Paradise Now series in early 2010 and have been regularly expanding it since then, with each season being released every 2 to 4 years. The series currently consists of three seasons and a total of 324 paintings from the past 12 years: Season 1 (2010-2015), Season 2 (2017), and Season 3 (2022). Paradise Now has been widely popular and our works can be found in international collections.

This gallery showcases all of the paintings that have been created for the series so far. Click on an image to view it in full size and learn more about it.

Paintings with a red marked corner have been placed in a collection.

Learn more about Paradise Now in our overview.

PARADISE NOW | Paintings

Painting #PN 126-22

Season 3 / 2022


We began work on the „Paradise Now“ series in early 2010 and have continued to expand it periodically, with each season being released every 2-4 years. Currently, the series consists of three seasons: Season 1 (2010-2015), Season 2 (2017), and Season 3 (2022). The „Paradise Now“ series has gained widespread popularity and our works can be found in collections around the world.

Each individual work in the series is produced using a unique color palette created by mixing pure pigments with polyester resin. These colors are then applied to handmade paper. In the execution of the paintings, we work together, responding to each other’s actions according to the principle of action and reaction. This interaction leads to the emergence of unpredictable shapes and patterns, which continue to evolve until the painting is dry. Although the result of each experiment is random, repeated experiments reveal underlying regularities.

This creates a series of works that can be rearranged and combined to form a „family“ of related pieces. The format of the works, 85 x 65 cm, has remained consistent over the years. We also designed the artist frames for the series ourselves.

For us, the process of creation is more important than the final aesthetic result. We are drawn to the interaction and unpredictability of the creative process.