ZEPPA – ZERTIFIED – how to avoid the scams in art!

Today is teming up with talented counterfeiters
one way – my way – of guaranteeing original quality is THROUGH a:


  WHY IS IT IMPORTANT that the person who sings off the board is the same person who painted the painting? 


– that you do not want to be cheated!

… and in addition to paying for a lot more underlying work than just the fact that one purchase!  All crafts are impregnate by variably unseen forces! According to me – it is extremely important what you bring home – for you who do not know, to you’r awareness, an object is just a capsule, a shell filled with just the exact energy that it was made by!


The great thing about buying a work of art is, in my opinion, that you besides the image, do take part of the artist’s invisible presence – you simply purchase an animated object – it cannot get more exclusive than that! That is what you are buying when buying a work of art.


” Zeppa-Zertified ” is:

= an hair collection in a safe deposit boxes from a selected individual who is no longer alive!

… to avoid any “accidents”


– from this hair collection you use a piece of hair each time you sign you’r artwork –  hair must always be in a certain measure, such as 2 cm, unless it does not apply even if it is the right DNA, it is to eliminate cheating alternatives to open the capsule and cut a piece of the hair, to use for other work.


Mount the hair shaft in papie mache (above) and rap the it  in some plastic or evan better tin foil paper, and then put the package in a ”capsule” , and mount it on the artwork. The ”capsule” can for example be made in paipé mache, wood or plaster.


You mount the ”capsule” with suitable glue!

The ”capsule” is encapsulated in a mounted area of the object… and if you ever want to check the authenticity of a painting of me – or perhaps another artist who chooses this method –

you should be able to submit the painting to get an DNA-analysis. With professional help, lift the seal with a scalpel  and do DNA analysis of the hair shaft and comparing it with an analysis… and then, with a witness – of course, restore the capsule.

As for my works – it probably will be accessible on my website.


Below – samples of a work of art, that is part of a series of paintings that I call  ”Fauteuil-caramels” … and of course, there is the new addition to it, a DNA sealing!

”Fauteuil-caramels ”, 2016 acryl/oil on wood, external dimension: 21”x17”/ 53cmx43cm


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