Monthly Archives: August 2012

Custom Painted Surfboard for Simon

Simon is in the mood for surfing and wants his board done, so I have been working hard today… here are a few pictures of the underside. It is going to make more sense when the topside is done… Advertisements

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Total disregard… almost

I was not happy with the last painting. Too perfect. So I decided to ruffle it up a bit… I started another one today:  

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Hässleholm’s Konsthall next year

Next year, late spring/early summer, I will have a show at Hässleholm’s Kulturhus. The room is large and nice: 14,6 x 11 meters and 4,6 meter ceiling height. It is a great opportunity for me to be able to use … Continue reading

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Dealing with fear of failure

I find this process very interesting. I am aiming at making a series of paintings of the same size and the same part of various faces, and in this process I am finding that I am approaching each piece with … Continue reading

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The Friendly Gallery in Chelsea?

After visiting Chelsea we had an idea: how about opening the Friendly Gallery in Chelsea? Is it possible? Would it be bullied? I am back in the studio. Some pictures of work I did just before the trip to New … Continue reading

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Another Facial in Chelsea

After walking, walking, walking around Manhattan, we arrived in Chelsea, walked the High Line, and looked around Chelsea, where most galleries were closed for the summer. The area has been cleaned up a lot since we were here four years … Continue reading

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A Facial in New York’s Meatpacking District

A Facial in good company!

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