Monthly Archives: October 2013

Storm art and more

The storm created some wonderful stuff! And I finished something else. Now I have started on something else, something that makes me feel extremely humble and amateurish… I am painting with a live sitter, my mom. I am certainly not … Continue reading

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Storm!

Boom! All of a sudden the storm hit with full force. I don’t know if I have ever experienced such strong winds, certainly not here at the studio. The roof is sqeaking and making all kinds of scary sounds, the … Continue reading

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More… and a commission

Tweaking the variations. I have seven now. One more, at least.   For some time I have been avoiding a commission that I committed to during the summer. And then when I started (it almost always works this way) I … Continue reading

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Seven variations and still struggling

It does not get easier…

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Variations

Colors are amazing. Lines and fields of color that can be varied infinitely… The last picture is of Simon’s guitar. He wanted me to do something with a thin ink pen.  

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Back in the studio again

Have been back in Sweden for a week, doing fall clean up etc. Finally working again, sometimes it is so hard to get going. So much easier to cut the grass, vacuum or something else. But the joy of working … Continue reading

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New painting in progress

I have been very active, working on a long painting (60 x 385 cm) made in six sections. I do not have a name for it yet and don’t know if I am done. I am spending a lot of … Continue reading

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