Category Archives: School

Playground

Attending my monthly sculpture class is lika an infusion of a pure vitamin that helps to survive the winter. This time we worked with sculpture based on a word or concept we got in lottery: “Joy”, “hygiene”, “optur”, “staircase” etc. … Continue reading

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Sculptural Minds

One of the best things I’ve done for myself this autumn has been to enroll Sunday school at Thomas Anderson’s Skulpturskole. A great way to meet fellow artists and likemind people the first  Sunday every month for half a year. … Continue reading

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Sculpture School

Bronze casting at the Sculpture School. Early cold autumn air meets the fire and radiant heat from the atelier. Liquid bronze’s poured gently into the molds. Tense awaiting while cooling. Process and result. Carefully knocking off the plaster cast. The figure … Continue reading

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Sunday Sculpture School

A special course in sculpture and installation for artists. Something I’ve been yearning for – for long time – and now it’s a reality! 1st Sunday every month this autumn. A mind expanding, funny and playful workshop – full of … Continue reading

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Berlin impressions

Back home again – happy and exhausted – after a lovely study trip to Berlin with a group of 130 teachers & students from Testrup højskole. Depending on temperament and inclination one could choose from a totally tight program – to pursue the … Continue reading

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Trip to Berlin

One week study trip to Berlin in brilliant high summer sunny weather – with 120 something Testrup students and a good handful of teachers. Historical and cultural outings: ww2, cold war, Stasi, museums and galleries (Gerhard Richter at Neues National Gallerei!!!), … Continue reading

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My daughter – the actress

  Two major parts in one week: Tuesday she turned 16. Tonight she performs at her school as Mary Kelly in From Hell, a play speculating upon the identity and motives of Jack the Ripper once in Victorian London. It’s … Continue reading

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