Saturday june 18 at 11 – 15
Celebrating the 20th aniversary of “Bryggeriet” cultural center in Nykoping/Sweden I’m hosting an event where I and some friends sculpt on-demand. We will be performing outside my studio at Bryggeriet.
Come and make a wish and we will do our outmost to blow your mind with our creations or our own minds in trying to do so.
The produced sculptures will be fired and presented at Galleri Vindfång on august 20. We will during the exhibition have an auction on the sculptures and the profit will be donated to UNHCR.
Konstsalong.se and “Lagårn i Ullsta”
Opens on may 1 and closes on the may 29.
I have the opportunity to display my “cow release” and some bronze horses one being Sleipner.
Here he is newly baked and still burning hot at the core.
Next comes cleaning and mounting of the beast.
Initiated by Pelle Wichmann and invited by the same I now get to exhibit some sculptures at Fåfängan i Nyköping. They have an autumn market on the 6th of October and Pelle has arranged an “Art path” in the woods. Pelle will show some of his cool concrete art and I will try to complement him with creatures that can feel at home in the woods.
No forest without a troll.
This is the image that goes with the poster. Now available as postcard!
To day is the day. We arrived during the afternoon and set up the exhibition during the evening. It’s as much storytelling setting up the exhibition as creating the actual sculpts or taking pictures of them.
I hope some of you have the time to come.
By the way, the pike didn’t make it. It blew up on me. I new I was pushing my luck with that one. I just didn’t give it all the love it needed. Next time it will be better and actually survive the furnace 🙂
I wanted to make a sculpture that defied the laws of material, gravity and balance.It was a great step to work in stone, steel and clay in union. I’ve had it sitting since may but I finally got it mounted today.
Europe carried away by Zeus
I had a pike on my last exhibition but that one was at a different scale. This one is more of a 1:1 scale.
Fingers crossed this one doesn’t crack
Last weeks of production. If you don’t have any plans made for week 30, then go to Omne and see me, my family and my sculptures.
Not so fun actually.
So here you are. A lazy old cow and a horse. One is still wet and one is baked.