Here is a sneak peak of a new photo project that I am working on together with an editor. But this picture I have both taken it and edited it myself. Last year we worked on a similar project together and it was a success! The people we sent it to in Stockholm loved it.... Continue Reading →
It was raining outside tonight. The special light that only the northern hemisphere can create was shining through the clouds. I was all snuggled up in my comfortable egg shaped chair that was hanging from the ceiling at a cafe. I was reading about unconditional love and I just knew I was close to all... Continue Reading →
I have a lot of work to do right now. Several orders and a few offers on upcoming exhibitions but I just don't seem to have the time to paint right now. But is it the lack of time or is it my priorities that needs to be made differently? I don't want to give... Continue Reading →
I have borrowed my cousins house to paint for a couple of days. I just started on a new painting. It's always such a special feeling in the beginning at the start of a new canvas, a blank canvas. It is full of new hopes and possibillities. Maybe this is the one painting that I... Continue Reading →
These are the graphicprints that I exhibited. We all got to show three pieces each. Here you can see them hanging on the wall in the background and also two previews of them from the graphic studio.
So the gallery opening at Galleri Granen was a success! About 150 people (a friend of mine counted) attended throughout the day and people got to try out the graphics technique "drypoint" live in the gallery with me and a few others supervising.
This weekend I am exhibiting at the gallery Granen in Sundsvall, Sweden. Together with several other people we have formed a group called "Sundsvalls Kollektivverkstads Graphical group". Once a week we work together in a graphicsworkshop with old traditional graphic presses. The exhibition is only this weekend and people will be able to try out... Continue Reading →
Last fall I worked on a painting for the office space Iris Hadar. This is how it looks like in the chill out area. I painted it in acrylic and I have also experimented with it further in mixed media.
Today the local newspaper Dagbladet published an interview of me for my upcoming exhibition. You can read it here: http://dagbladet.se/nyheter/sundsvall/1.6514840-halla-dar-