GRYM (Groove, Yoga & Mindfullness) workshop i Stockholm Feb 5-7, 2016
Sweden Bio used my scientific art paintings to illustrate the report on the Swedish Drug Development Pipeline 2015. Here my two worlds (Art and Science) meet, very nice, I am proud! The picture below is from the Sweden Bio CEO Summit at Operaterrassen in Stockholm where the report was released.
I spent my weekend with minimalism – inspired by Malevich, Mondrian and Ellsworth Kelly. But most of all inspired by Anders Wallin and his studio in Gustavsberg.
This must be one of the most difficult challenges for an artist to use watercolours to paint a living model in just a couple of minutes. Anders Wallin, my teacher and friend, guided us during those wonderful days at Gerlesborgsskolan at the Swedish west coast. Look at some of the paintings here, more to come in the showroom soon.
Three of my paintings from the project ”Imprints of Stockholm” have been selected for the exhibition ”Akvarellsalongen” at Edsvikens Konsthall.
Welcome to meet me and the other artists at the vernissage.
What a great exhibition, with paintings, photography, jewellery and printed tissue slides on scarves. Already looking forward to next year!
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The space between winter and spring
Illustrate the complexity of the scientific endeavors taking place at SciLifeLab