Lars produces his abstract pieces digitally, starting from his own photography. He compares the creative processes he uses to those of painting, as he sees his photographic art as painting with light. Setting out from a photographic image he has taken, Lars applies his ample experience with various editing techniques to arrive at a result, which is as yet unknown. He cannot even envisage where it will lead him, when he begins. It is an intuitive process, which fills him with wonder every time he engages with it, as it leads him without fail to the point of knowing that the process is completed.
Because Lars takes his own photographic originals as the starting point of his digital art, the mood of his figurative and abstract works is comparable.
As his figurative photography, his abstract work is highly evocative.
References to nature are strong and the mysterious quality is shared by both genres. The emotional dance of colors moves and soothes at the same time. The impressions his abstract pieces leave are as strong as the ones evoked by their "ancestors".