Monthly Archives: November 2013

An inappropriate interest?

Working with new folding books – one of them going to The Bibliotheca Alexandrina . I have been invited to submit a work to The Sixth Biennial of the Artists Book – and is now considering whether there is too much “body” and … Continue reading

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Image Transfers

Received a lovely package by mail yesterday: Courtney Cerutti‘s recently released “Playing with Image Transfers“. In her book Courtney Cerutti thoroughly describes five basic transfer techniques and shows step-by-step how to apply them. The last chapter includes works by selected artists – … Continue reading

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Closing time

Gradually we’re approaching closing time: a last raku firing, a final brush stroke, soon it’s “the last time” of everything for the Autumn semester students at Testrup. We are going to countdown. Once again it strikes me how quickly time fly. … Continue reading

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Outlook

After the exhibition in Copenhagen in October, my new artmoney collection Cool Cash has returned – and is NOW FOR SALE here at my studio and online at Etsy. I’ve uploaded only a few ones to Etsy, so please, feel free to contact … Continue reading

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Snapshots

An atmosphere of total immersion. Students in various states of self-forgetfulness, deeply preoccupied with their individual tasks. Well, we even managed to label and organize the new glazes, talk, and enjoy a shared bowl of strong licorice. 😉 Here: Yesterday’s … Continue reading

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Words in your eye

Attended a conference Words in your eye at Landsforeningen Børn, Kunst og Billeder (National Association of Children, Art and Images) yesterday and heard 3 fine lectures/ artists’ talks. First my wonderful colleague Mogens Otto told about his life with mail art, then we … Continue reading

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Frida

Trip to Arken to see works by Frida Kahlo, one of my absolute favorite painters. Love her bright colors, her deeply personal statements and direct gaze! Here everything comes out in the open… The major part of the exhibition was … Continue reading

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