Monday, 14 April 2008

norwegian light treatment















Very energetic studio day because of all this Norwegian light over the weekend. Spring shocked. Even if it's cloudy, reflections are so strong you must wear sunglasses or it hurts. Up and down all day long, loved every minute.

Bjørn Rune Lie, must be Norwegian, illustrations
via Mecozy

Ingrid Askeland, ceramic artist

8 comments:

Camilla said...

Bjorn is Norwegian- he's one of my friends here in the UK. He lives in Bristol now, after coming here to study illustration at Falmouth. He's so great I totally love him (he's pretty dreamy as well as being talented).He even helped me out when I needed to pay for a book i'd ordered from Norway.

mansuetude said...

i love these Bibbi. Glad you had a wonderful time.

Thought of Jackson Pollock on top image, but the ski patterns are so much softer, rounder. What a stunning mountain range, too. I will have to come look some more. Just what i needed. :)

sandra said...

vilka fantastiska skidåkarbilder! vet inte hur du gjort, men jag fick nästan lust att åka skidor nu. dina bilder har något slags övertalningsförmåga som jag tror på.

paula said...

Hej Bibbi!
Vilka hääääääärliga bilder, precis som Sandra skriver, så har dina bilder en övertygelse som man definitivt köper och längtar efter... Länge sedan jag såg så mycket vit snö (på bild har det ju hänt, men in real life, long time ago!)
Verkligen häääääääärliga bilder, once again.
Allt gott och lycka, lycka till med utställningen, ska försöka ta mig dit!
//Paula.

FruensWerk said...

WOW...That some awesome great photos...:D

"Infing" said...

Fantastiska bilder!!

andrea tachezy said...

You really had a wonderful time, I love the photos, the top one most of all, with the line drawings.

Bibbi said...

Thank you all!
Yes, I loved to see all the lines and patterns made in the new fallen snow. The most devoted skiers climbs all the way to the highest tops, to be the first to draw these snow lines.
After a while it looks like lace. And next morning the mountain is prepared for new drawings.