A tamarind and a pair of earrings, some kind of left over that I got from a friend… I saw the shape of a small animal in the tamarind and when I add the “wings” I think it gets a little bite clearer, but right now I have no idea were it will fit in and if I will use it and what it will be in the end, a brooch or a necklace??? No idea at all but me likes the attitude of it so far…
I saw this window-dressing down town and I have to say that I like when stores make some more out of the display that they have… This is hard to see that it is a store for clothes, but as always united colors of benetton use more or less dramatic ideas to show and sell…
Just playing and having fun… bug eyes and paint and an old useless brush.
It’s nothing serious about this at all, more a play with things in another way that I do with my jewellery creations… But I have to say that I like the result any way, but I have no idea what to use it for, more then I already said, just for fun…
Program drop for the spring 2012 at Atalante at Monday 23rd … an amazing window show by FRAUKE- endangered. I look forward this dance event 4-9/5. I absolutely hope that I have the possibility to see it then.
It was some tastes from the spring program and it ends up with a cake party.
Bangatan in Majorna… unlucky the commercial forces don’t like this kind f signs in the public space so they have add advertising signs over this amazing creativity, a message so much better the coca cola and other crappy things....
I think this exhibitions was a little bite too expensive, I don’t like when art turn into “finkonst” – art for rich people and not for the working class citizen, when I pay this ticket, not even the year annual commutation ticket at 40 Skr include. I ask the once at the museum why it was so expansive and the answer was- it cost to arrange this two exhibitions. I wonder if it wasn’t an idea of thinking of to search for some kind of scholarship from the government or the municipality.
It was nice to see these two exhibitions but I have to say that I didn’t’ thank it was worth the money.
We had the opportunity to listen and join an interesting speech and a guided tour about Torsten Jurells art by one of the workers at Röhsska museum, how he come up with the sculptures and his ideas behind, very very interesting and also very nice pieces. It’s always nice to get”behind” the ideas and thoughts of art pieces; it gives the art a deeper sense and enlarge understanding.
I get trapped by the story about the cockroach girl.
Torsten Jurell works in the field of sculpture, painting and graphic art. He exhibits continuously since 1976 in Sweden and abroad. His works are featured in private and public collections across Europe, China and the U.S.A.
THE SCULPTURES are mostly in wood, clay, stone, paper, metall - casted in bronze, aluminum and glass .
I have a Master of Fine Arts in applied arts and crafts degree, I’m curios about life and I like a lot of things, everyday life things transformed into art is one of my interesting…
Hanging around with friends, travel, reading a good/interesting book is doing my life good.
I will have this blog to showing the times between, the life, the process and all kind of inspiration sources for my art work.
I’m working mostly with body related art; jewellery art, but I also lecturing and working with photo and enamel… My focus is on recycling material in different shapes.