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Interior with sea breeze

Interior with sea breeze

My giclée print Facing the Open Sea (Havgapsvind) really got lucky going to this tasteful home, belonging to C.F. The tintet glass vase, and the chandelier goes together sooo well with the painting! Thank you so much for this lovely photo!...

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Summer cottage

Summer cottage

This painting reminds me of a summer cottage in Sweden my grandparents used to have, even though their cottage, "Torp" in Swedish, was red. I think it must be the window, the soft breeze, the flowers, and maybe the round table. My grandmother always made it look so...

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Skjulte rom og hemmelige hyller!

Skjulte rom og hemmelige hyller!

(press 9 for english, or scroll...) Noen ganger er det ikke greit å være liten, andre ganger er det akkurat det man være. Bare sitte på et fang og være liten, ikke ha ansvar, bare lytte og ikke ta del i det som skjer. Noen ganger liker jeg å bare tegne, se hva som...

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Yes or no?

I know I've told you before that when I'm making a painting, there's a certain "feeling" I trust to decide whether or not a painting is done. Sometimes it's very easy. I get a clear unsettled feeling, and I know that there's something missing (or excess) in the...

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Oh, I just came across these…!

Oh, I just came across these…!

Lately, I've been painting birds, but it's not the first time I'm doing that. Several years ago, (oh, that made me feel old...!😱), I did some tiny painting, using only one colour in the palette. Using fancy words, I did a series of monochromatic watercolour studies....

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And the winner is…

And the winner is…

Thank you to everyone joining Rutheart Friends and the drawing of this watercolour painting! The winner is found, using random.org, and, I can tell, she's living in Tromsø. Her name is Vibeke! Congratulations!😁🎉 If you want a chance to win in the next drawing, sign up...

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