The painting in my livingroom is like having a window to the coast where I grew up.Ida
There's a poem in the sea, the crushing waves reveal the hidden riddle. 13 is my lucky number. It seems to appear a lot around me, and with a happy tag. I usually get 13 as my number for seating, my office is 13, and I even met my husband the 13th. So, for every...
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And I’m so super happy to accompagny these amazing artists. Some have inspired me from early on. Håkon Gullvåg pinched my courage. Runi Langum made me dance. Inger Sitter touched…
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Paintings and Prints of Rough Coastal Landscapes & MindscapesRutheart - by R. T. Brokstad
The north norwegian coastal landscape is like fuel to my soul. Rough, unpredictable, strong, beautiful, welcoming. So are the people living here. They fill me with inspiration and give me faith in the human abilities to fight, to survive, to live and love, and to never give in.
I live, work and paint in Tromsø. It’s a city in the northern part of Norway, nicknamed “Paris of the North”. But I grew up in beautiful Vesterålen, a group of islands just north of Lofoten.
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