Digital paintings, drawings, Monotypi, oil paintings, Pastel paintings, Reblogs, Trosa is the place, Watercolours

Boats check – Båtkoll i Trosa

At Tangosailing.nu you can take a look at guest sailboats at Trosa Harbor all summer. It's so fun watching the boat pictures and read about them. The blog is in Swedish but maybe you can translate if you want to read the text. The pictures says much without words so maybe you enjoy the boat… Continue reading Boats check – Båtkoll i Trosa

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Digital paintings, drawings, Monotypi, oil paintings, Pastel paintings

Sailboats – segelbåtar

What can I say - I like sailboats obviously I think when I go through my paintings through the years. Vad kan jag säga - jag gillar uppenbarligen segelbåtar tänker jag när jag ser gamla målningar och teckningar bakåt i tiden. Maybe it has to do wit my love for archipelago that began at the… Continue reading Sailboats – segelbåtar

Trosa is the place

Konstutställning i Trosa 25 maj – 2 juni

Missa inte de färgsprakande livfulla akvarellerna och keramikfigurerna som Agneta Ericsson har gjort, som Galleriet på Västra Långgatan i Trosa ställer ut. Fantastiska tavlor som skänker stor lycka att betrakta.  If your in Trosa, don't miss the exhibition at a gallery who shows paintings and sculptures made my the artist Agneta Ericsson. This is some… Continue reading Konstutställning i Trosa 25 maj – 2 juni

Pastel paintings, What ever

Something borrowed, last part

Finally, I've borrowed this motive from a friend. You might find the original painting at http://www.johanhoflund.se. He call the painting "Vackra Vera" (beautiful Vera).  And so to the connection between all borrowed paintings; a pink bucket.  Why a pink bucket? Because my painter friends and I have a "band" called Pink bucket (Rosa Hinken).  These… Continue reading Something borrowed, last part

Pastel paintings

Something borrowed, part 3

Make a "cover" of a friends painting or any painting. You can read more about it in the post Something borrowed, part 1. I did a remake of a painting where the painter only used four colors and still got this type of colors. She had white, yellow, blue and red if I remeber it… Continue reading Something borrowed, part 3