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64. Art & Flying to Japan (continuation of Signing the Contract)

ART EXHIBITIONS IN JAPAN At this stage I had signed with the Japanese Art gallery and then spent one year painting like crazy. This painting “If I could turn back time” was one of the artworks that the Japanese Gallery wanted to see in real life before we signed the contract and it was sent […]

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55. Art & The Rise and Fall of the Tooth

ART OF PAINTING SMILES I must be very fascinated by teeth I think, as I always paint the big broad grins in all my paintings and sculptures, or is it that I want the whole world to be happy and gay the Laxit way! (to borrow from an old Australian commercial) As you can see […]

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29. Religious Paintings

PAINTING SUBJECTS As you may have figured out by now, I do like to paint just about everything, any subject matter, most of the time colorful and busy. I am often asked about my religious scenes like the one here, Noahs Ark.  Am I religious – well, I do hope there is an afterlife, I have […]

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27. Save the Moon Bears, painting for Charity

ART & THE MOON BEARS I first started this painting “Save the Moon bears” about a year ago because a dear friend, Joanna Polities was actively involved in the charity Animals Asia. She has been the South Australian voice for these bears and raised a lot of money for them through various functions and fundraisers […]

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15. The Art of The grass is always greener

FRINGE FESTIVAL We went out to dinner recently with some close friends, to Enoteca in Adelaide which I highly recommend. There were 9 of us and afterwards we went and saw the Ukulele playing, Lady Carol at the Garden of  Unearthly Delights for the Fringe Festival and the whole night was such a treat.   […]

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11. “SMOKEY” The Chip eating sheep Art blog

PAINTED PICTURE OF THE COUNTRY As a lot of you know by now we live on a farm, although recently we have reduced said farm’s acreage substantially.  However it is and has been a wonderful place to live and for our children to grow up on, and with so many tales to tell. The farm […]

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5. Childhood memories through the eyes of my son with Art

MIDSUMMER PAINTINGS When I wrote this Art Blog my son Kai was working and living in London while on his gap year from uni.  Whilst there he decided to follow his roots and visit my birth country and home for the first 14 years of my life; Sweden. Here is one of my paintings on […]

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