Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rain and Fungus fight

In spite of the crazy rainy weather, we are making good progress in the fungus fight. This scaffold is coming down soon. We have completed the north side of the house. The three windows are back in place; the repaired … Continue reading

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Street Art in Vienna

At a brief visit to Vienna, Lucas and Victoria took these photos: A Facial at Grünanger Gasse… Pretty cool stencil… This is truly street art… Unintentional street art? And very intentional art in the streets of Vienna. Beautiful city, have … Continue reading

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Fighting the fungus

We are successfully fighting the fungus, thank’s to my great builders. Now I have been joined by two cheerful bricklayers as well. Partly very rotten wood on the other side of the house as well. Good thing we have decided … Continue reading

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No time to paint

This week has been very, very busy. Since we have been struggling with fungus in our house for over a year, I decided it was time to really find out what was going on and to eliminate the fungus before … Continue reading

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Jazz and Picnic at Villa Holsby

Last Friday we had a fantastic evening at Villa Holsby. Johan Christoffersson and friends played great jazz and I enjoyed every minute. Our guests had brought their own picnic baskets and we served plenty of Kafe Zolo´s popular Lemon Curd … Continue reading

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The sky is the limit

Last night I saw this sky outside the studio. I have continued painting…

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Shepard Fairey in Copenhagen

Friday night V1 Gallery in the Copenhagen meatpacking area opened their Shepard Fairey exhibit. I went there and was a bit surprised to find the relatively small gallery filled to the absolute max with Shepard’s works. I was even more … Continue reading

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