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Fall is just around the corner, and plans are being made. Our culture-house is celebrating it´s 10th anniversary, and the Art group is helping with activities like a photo-workshop and a Family-day making little wooden boats. Both things are happening in October, but since I am the poster-person, here they are: Information about the activities in […]
The next big project in the immediate horizon is “Lakselinja” (The Salmon Conveyor) with Bømlo Theatre. I have the scenography, and am really excited about it! I can´t wait to show you 😉 It´s gonna be big. Literarily. Still thinking about the best way to assemble it all. I also made the poster. The story […]
A new art-exhibition is on it´s way in Bømlo Art Group, and as usual I made the poster. This time the artists are Helene Nielsen and Norunn Fresvig. It´s looks quite intriguing, don´t you think? The art, I mean.
A new exhibition is on the way!
Fall means it´s time for workshops. This time, graphic artist Jan Terje Rafdal is visiting Bømlo Art Group for a weekend crash-course in graphic art-making. Jan Terje is super-talented, and he makes the most awesome oil-paintings of the mountains where he lives. You can see some of his work here. Oh, and I made the […]
“Familylife on the lighthouses (along the Norwegian cost)” is the title of my upcoming exhibition. Unlike my previous exhibitions, this will be traveling from place to place, and the pictures aren´t for sale. It´s being supported by The Norwegian Arts Council. There s still much to do to get everything ready for the opening in […]
This is the poster I made for Bømlo Teaters upcoming show. It opens in April, and is a romantic tale of love and longing along the coast.
Three very different posters for three very different events. The first for textile-artist Kari Dyrdal: The second for a peak into Bømlo Theatre´s history, as seen by member Liv Åshild. And third, a hip-hop band-concert in association with World´s psychic health-day. This poster is 2×3 meters, and still it looks so small on the wall […]
I just made this poster for some musical friends of mine. Their music is all made by two of them with locally related themes. They named their group Siggjosong, after the biggest mountain on the island. I went with a theme loosely related to our maritime heritage and their songs, and to be honest, I […]« Previous Entries