Monthly Archives: February 2014

Sometimes… very creative in the studio

If you work late nights and are lucky, the creative process works just fine. But you have to love your work. And love… Tuning in to Red Ochre from the beginning of time. Thin layers of oil on plywood. 54 … Continue reading

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Not all studio work is creative

I have been busy with graphic design work for my old colleagues at Skaltek, filing, cleaning, repairing printers, coffee grinders, etc. But now and then I also get to do some art. But even there, not all of it is … Continue reading

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Same old struggle

Nothing is new. Ok, I have never done a black and white background like this before, but otherwise it is the same. Same struggle to find a way…

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Back in the studio – again

After a few days of other duties to perform I am back in action. I have a lot to prepare for, a pretty busy spring coming up and I need new works to show. So I started on a new … Continue reading

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Richard Serra sculpture at Toronto’s International Airport

On my way back to Sweden yesterday, I flew via Toronto. I have never done that before, so I was quite surprised when I walked into Pier F and immediately recognized a large Richard Serra sculpture! I could not believe … Continue reading

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Not yet at the summit of Pedernal

The goal was to make it to the summit of Cerro Pedernal, the legendary mountain just south of Piedra Lumbre, west of Abiquiu. Cerro Pedernal seen from the Kitchen Mesa trail at Ghost Ranch. Georgia O’Keeffe painted this mountain many … Continue reading

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Desert Fun complete

Ok, I think I am done with my sculpture Desert Fun, at least for now. It will be interesting to see how it ages with the merciless sun.

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