Pastel paintings, Trosa paintings/Trosamåleri


In these days, in my little town Trosa, the winter are still holding back the springtime for a while. The winter landscape are like some paintings by the great swedish artist Reinhold Ljunggren (1920-2006). You can almost believe you walk in a painting, when you’re out walking. You can se some of his paintings here.

He lived in Trosa for several years and did lots of local paintings. This picture is my own hommage to his paintings of Trosa landscapes.

Hommage to Ljunggren (private)

Another winter beauty is world championship in Vail and Beaver creek, USA. Our sport television “the Winterstudio” is broadcasting with Pernilla Wiberg and Anja Pärson as expertcommenters. Really interesting to hear them talk. I don’t care for who wins, but it’s fun to see the competitions. I did a little painting for couple of years ago in pastel. The picture shows our tv-sport-broadcast-anchor Andree Pops.

Vinterstudion (nu vm-pris 100 sek, förr 500 sek)

Have fun in the snow if you have winter. If you don’t have snow. Feel lucky, you don’t have to shoveling snow everyday!


2 thoughts on “Wintertime!”

  1. Lovely work Anna. It is still winter in Cincinnati and I am getting anxious for Spring. But I am sure my winter is nothing like yours! I have been steeping myself in Swedish winter reading the Italian Shoes by Henning Mankell. I imagine the winter he describes must be something like your winter. Stay warm! It will be Spring soon enough.


    1. Thanks. The winter here is okay, not so cold and springtime is in the air. i should probably read Mr Mankells book. Have read other books that he written, but not that one. Thanks for the tip 😉


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