Monthly Archives: March 2011

Smile, baby, smile

I have been working with a smile lately… Radical smile, oil, spraypaint, and varnish on plywood, 24,3 x 24,3 cm Dangerous topography, oil and collage on plywood, 24,3 x 24,3 cm Colorful smile, oil and spraypaint on plywood, 24,3 x … Continue reading

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London by foot

I have walked around London for several days, now I have shin splints in my legs… I saw a lot of art at Tate Modern, The National Portrait Gallery, White Cube, and many galleries. Maybe the most interesting exhibition was … Continue reading

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Some progress

I am finished with the thick piece… It is actually a pretty cool piece. I am rather pleased with it. It is all because of Björn Jansson, who gave me this piece of plywood… I added a thin layer of … Continue reading

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Why is it so hard to paint and WHY do I do it?

First question: what is it that makes painting so hard? I don’t really know, but every time I start on something new, I have the same helpless feeling. Painting in oil also requires patience; at times you have to wait … Continue reading

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Input from a friend

A few weeks ago we had some friends over for dinner and they brought a 30 mm thick piece of birch plywood, where the sides had been cut at an angle. Pretty interesting idea. The entire piece is 45 x … Continue reading

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The model almost done

After a week of very concentrated work I am almost finished with the house model. Only some finetuning remains.

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Building a very small house

The model is almost ready. Very tricky, very time consuming.Pretty accurate…

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