«Oblivion /Passiflora Incarnate» 20x30cm, acrylic and aquarelle on paper:
«Oblivion/ Lavandula Angustfolia»100x120cm, acrylic on canvas:
«Oblivion/ Rhodiola Rosea» 100x120cm, acrylic on canvas:
«Oblivion/Valeriana officinalis» 100x120cm acrylic on canvas:
All of the plants in this series of paintings, are said to give strength and calm.
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I was lucky enough to visit The Venice biennale this summer. It was so inspiring, and I wish I had more time than just the two days.
First; Venice is beautiful! And second; it´s hard to select only a few artists, but I´ll try.
The Dutch Pavilion: Herman de Vries «The language of Venice»
Barthélémy Toguo, «Urban Requiem»
Kerry James Marshall
Vincent Huang; «Crossing the tide»
Somebody thinks Baselitz is an asshole, wonder if it has anything to do with his stupid opinion on woman painters?
This was mesmerizing! Helen Sear ; «…the rest is smoke»
The most beautiful art books! «Strange Plants» by Zioxla The two books comes in a beautiful box, including stickers to curate your own cover design. Delightful plants in all kind of interpretations.
WHETHER ´TIS NOBLER IN THE MIND TO SUFFER
THE SLINGS AND ARROWS OF OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE
OR TO TAKE ARMS AGAINST A SEA OF TROUBLES
from shakespeare´s hamlet
Dear Darkling by Lene Baadsvig Ørmen, at UKS, Oslo
The most beautiful sculptures!
Sofia between Mother & Child. Damien Hirst, Astrup Fearnley, Oslo
Elmgren & Dragseth, Astrup Fearnley, Oslo
Sigmar Polke, Astrup Fearnley, Oslo
I love Camilla Engmans work! Here from her exhibition at Tegnerforbundet, Oslo, earlier this year.
The Momentum Biennale, situated in Moss, Norway, was filled with art that appealed to all the senses. Smell molecules on walls, a magical forest in an Oculus Rift gear, a full sized, spinning car, a room filled with fog, a house of acrylic, neon fur, a floating rock, a walk in a spiral of stinging nettle. Simply magical.
Agnieszka Kurant, Air Rights 2 (2015)
For video: IMG_0905
Fog Installation by Fujiko Nakaja
Hrafnhildur Arnardottir a.k.a Shoplifter, Nervescape IV (2015)