Monthly Archives: June 2014

The summer guest house is almost completed, my show is over… Ready to create again!

Today I picked up my paintings from Tapper Popermajer Gallery in Teckomatorp. Yesterday we basically completed the summer guest house / shed. Only a few things remain to be done. Inside the house Victoria and I are building a fairly … Continue reading

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Cardinal Red door, black and white

Slowly but surely the building project is moving forward. The wood panelling has had two coats of black. The door has now had a first coat of dark red – Cardinal Red or Caput Mortuum. The inside of the windows … Continue reading

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I am in love with Ottosson’s linseed oil paints!

I have been using Ottosson’s artist oil colors for several years, but I have never really tried to paint windows, doors, etc. with linseed oil paints before. I have been like the majority, using all kinds of more or less … Continue reading

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More pictures of the tiny house project

A few more pictures of the small house we are building. First a photo of my great helpers Freddie and Lucas.The “new” windows are from the 19:th century! The size of the house is based on the length of a … Continue reading

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No activity in the studio, but still painting with linseed oil

I have not done anything in the studio for a week or so. My son and his friend are helping me build a small shed / guest house. I bought three old windows, probably over one hundred years old, which … Continue reading

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Save, wait, create

I have saved a piece of wood for years. Now it finally came to use. Painted an image of Picasso on it, a very intense eye. Size 92 x 93 x 302 mm. Somebody had liked a similar piece I … Continue reading

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Pictures from my exhibition

I had another full day Friday, together with the gallery owner Hans Tapper, hanging my paintings in his gallery Tapper-Popermajer. It worked out well and both Hans and the visitors were very positive. I was totally exhausted afterwards. Why? Maybe … Continue reading

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