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110 Artists Lunch

DISCUSSING ART On Tuesday this week it was my very overdue turn to have “The Artist lunch” at my house.  You see a bunch of us have been meeting every now and then for the last 20 years, getting together over a good meal and some drinks and talking shop!  Well not just about art, […]

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93 PICASSO, ART NAIF AND KATOWICE

NAIVE ART FESTIVAL One of the most important festivals for Naive art is currently underway in Katowice, Poland where until August 17, you will be able to see more than 190 naive artists from all over the world and 40 of the artists participating are from Cuba this year.   Cuba is this year’s guest country […]

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90 I Miss New York & Art

THE ART OF NEW YORK I miss New York and our New York friends so much today!  Don’t you just love the “Big Apple” the city that literally never sleeps.  Streets teaming with people of every race and nationality and shops and food from every culture.    Talking about the culture – what about all those […]

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36. How it all began in Art

WHY I STARTED PAINTING Dancing asparagus I hear you say, mmm…well moi have always been a little bit crazy and that probably is and asset when you are an artist! Lol Anyway this painting was the first one that I actually painted, on canvas that is. MURAL ON THE NURSERY WALL You see I was […]

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21. Life in a Circus Tent

This is a continuation of 20. Antonis Tivoli so if you missed it you may want to recap. ARTISTS BACKGROUND When I grew up in Sweden my father worked as a carpenter and my mother stayed mainly at home and both provided a wonderful environment for me and my brother to grow up in. ( I […]

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12. Salvador Dali and C’est La Vie

SCULPTURE BY GAUDI My son Kai has recently been to Spain a country that I love. I spent a considerable bit of time there in my modelling days, enjoying lots of great work, great food, people, language and culture.  Most of my time was spent in Barcelona, where I actually did manage to go and […]

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6. San Francisco Art Blog

PAINTING INSPIRATIONS Sometimes I paint from personal experience and sometimes I paint and then experience and that is what happened here.  Some artists that I know hate doing commissions, I feel the opposite entirely, and I love doing them.  I think it is because it makes me take a look at a subject that I […]

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