Tuesday, 6 May 2008

borrowed apples





Things happen when someone else arrange things, like when someone placed the glass apples of Gunilla Kihlgren and Rolf Svartström in my bowl, in the shop at Nääs. I almost didn't recognize it, looked like a beautiful painting. Nice surprise.

Konguro, their collaboration website

Fresh Pears collaboration photo blog, via Art for housewifes

I'm busy doing my income declaration, didn't make it time, as usual. Have two more weeks, starting fresh with a new book keeping program installed, all papers sorted, mood good.

6 comments:

Camilla Engman said...

Härligt! Äpplena hjälper liksom till att se det skira och lätta i dina skålar.
Det ser ut som om du har haft många sköna och kreativa dagar det senaste.

mansuetude said...

the apple is intersting; even to add to your artistic statement about your work; all the history of eden and the life/decay of one small heart seeded fruit (we)... but it also makes your vessel seem like a large almost metalic barrel now, and then it softens, and the color pops up... its interesting how one small object, or one tiny change of anything, an addition can change perspective... a life lesson. sitting in one image. :) thanks . peace.

asphaltandair said...

it's true. those glass apples and your bowl look like the perfect match. lovely!
i think that my favorite work is the type when i come back later and think, "did i do that?! i couldn't have!"
distance makes the heart grow fonder sometimes...
even artwork.

Bibbi said...

Others' eyes are good help, sometimes. And ears. Yours too :)

Bhavna said...

Ah! The glass apples go so well wiht the bowl..

j said...

they are beautiful, but I think anything would look good with your work- only going to look better with your work. :)