I have some really exciting news to share with you! To be honest, I have quite a list of exciting news, but I’ll take one at a time to keep a bit of an overview!

As many of you may or may not know, I grew up on the country side in Värmland. Unfortunately I don't visit very often, but every now and then I find myself in the neighborhood. I thought this time it might be fun to try out having a painting workshop surrounded by nature - which after all is my biggest source of inspiration!

I wanted to share some photos from a recent pop-up exhibition I had last month with Klubb Mono at Under Bar Himmel in Spelgården, Wadköping, Örebro. It was exciting to see some work exposed in an outdoor environment and that they suited so well on the falu-red walls!

Apart from a few big exhibitions, this year is very focused on workshops for me. I received a scholarship from my city to teach painting through workshops and courses which has really pushed me into the direction of doing this more.

This is actually the first time that I am going to exhibit my work outdoors! It's not quite in the wilderness, yet, but it is however a very cozy spot in Wadköping, Örebro, called Spelgården! 

Time for a new painting course in Örebro! I've prepared a completely new course for you to take part of! This time the main focus will be on our imagination and creative mind! 

Last week on Thursday I joined Inre Natur in Örebro for their “Café evening”, a wonderful time set every Thursday evenings over a number of weeks for people to meet and connect new like-minded people, enjoy a fika and take part of a free meditation and sharing session. This last time for the season I was invited to add some creativity into the process!

As I mentioned in a previous post, I have some of my work displayed at Inre Natur in Örebro at the moment. This Thursday evening they will have their doors open from 16:00 to 20:00 for everyone to hang out, have a fika, take part of free sharing and meditation, create new friendships and draw with me!

As I mentioned in a previous post, being on the road as an artist brings a couple of challenges. As I also mentioned – this is a huge motivator for me! I thought I’d write a little post with three practical solutions made up on the road.

A little while ago I got contacted by a little gallery i Copenhagen called Loggia, asking if I would be interested in having an exhibition at their creative space. Their background and intentions spoke to me so this is something I didn't want to turn down of course.

I’m slowly moving my way back north from a wonderful time in the van in the south. Most time I’ve spent in Spain, some of it in France and Italy, and now I’m paying a wonderful visit to Austria – a complete contrast to the sun I even hiked and painted in the snow! But, this post is not so much about the travel, but about an exhibition that is just around the corner!

I really can’t explain the joy I feel when I get to spend time in nature. Buying a little campervan is one of the best choices I’ve made as it gives me the opportunity to work from a mobile studio and paint in unbelievably beautiful spots.

Are you in Örebro and interested in seeing my work in real life instead of on a screen? Well lucky you! Several of my paintings will be displayed at Inre Natur in the city for the upcoming couple of months!

"Insights of an Eco Artist is an international art publication that features selected artists and writers from around the globe with a high focus on contemporary art and those tackling issues of social and ecological justice."

Yesterday I held a little workshop in acrylic painting with this lovely little group! This course was a beginners course with the intention of introducing new creativity desiring people to painting, or freshening up memories with the very basics of the color studies!

What a great couple of weeks at Galleri Nord! Unfortunately now the exhibition has come to an end, but it has definitely been very successful in several ways!

Wowzers! What a wonderful vernissage this Saturday. First of all I want to throw out a big thank you to all the people showing up, sharing your thoughts and minds with me and keeping a four-hour long smile on my face and warmth in my little artist heart! 

We're already two weeks into the new year, and as I mentioned in my previous post a while back - I’ve been working for an exhibition this last year that is actually opening in only two days!

Another year is coming to an end! This is the first full year that I’ve been a full time artist and I can happily announce that I haven’t gotten tired of it yet!

Let’s do another artist tip this Tuesday. We’ve covered the portfolio and the artist CV, now let’s talk a little bit about the artist statement.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with the artist CV, let me break that down for you! An artist CV is not all too different from a regular CV, though what you write on these only has to do with what’s relevant for your art, nothing else. So here are some steps that you can include in yours.

Get organized! I’ve earlier come to the conclusion that I’m quite a messy person. The contrasts between my carefully thought-through paintings and the space it has been created in are more or less opposites.

I just wanted to share a little update on this studio on wheels chapter of my life! At the moment I am parked at this beautiful spot in Chulilla. It is absolutely amazing and begging for adventures in every direction you ever look.

Hey friends! I’ve decided to do a little alternative to an advent calendar on my social media during December this year! Even though Advent officially starts on November 27th, I’ll start this on December 1st until the 24th

I thought it was time for a little update on what’s going on in this unpredictable artist life of mine! Time has really been flying by since I packed my studio into my van and started driving south.

I was introduced to the concept “Trainstation” a while ago. It’s an organization where young people as well as adults and new businesses who become members are welcome to use their digital equipment to develop the imagination and creativity.

A long time ago I started dreaming of a studio on wheels. I was fantasizing about traveling around the world but still being able to be creative and work with my art on the road.

I really love exploring new ways to work with my art, and trying out something different from time to time. Ideally tying it to my other interests in one way or another. Maybe this is the start of a new path?

A few weeks ago I had an acrylic course at Solliden in Örebro together with Sensus. I’m happy to announce that I’ll be having two more acrylic workshops with them there in September!

Happy birthday to me! Today is my birthday - I'm turning 27! ???? I want to celebrate that with you guys by offering a discount of 27% on my art prints!

What a lovely space of creativity at the pavilion of Solliden's Kursgård! There's such a strong connection between nature and art, so an absolutely wonderful place for a painting workshop, I would say! 

I can't believe it has already been more than half a year since I decided to go full time artist! It is quite the journey and I am still excited about finding new ways to make it work.

A while ago I got picked by a jury to exhibit three of my paintings at the gallery Stenhallen in Borgholm, Öland. Now it's almost time for the opening of the exhibition!

Tomorrow is another Sunday in May! In fact, it is the last Sunday. Meaning it's the last weekend with Hippie Market at Trädgården in Stockholm. For this month at least!

Now it is only two more days until the exhibition at CAC Mijas - Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, in Málaga! I will be exhibiting two artworks together with a group of very talented Swedish and Spanish artists and I am so so excited getting to be part of this!

A dream of mine is to be able to experience the world and work on my art at the same time. The last month I have spent in Greece for most of the time, and about two weeks on the road in a van heading back north. 

One of the beautiful things about working as a freelancer is that I can work from basically anywhere. Last week I arrived to a gorgeous little village in Greece called Leonídio.

I’ve been very excited about painting on objects lately. As I upgraded from painting skateboards to painting a surfboard, I also finally decided to give my ukulele a little refreshing coat.

After not really doing any proper from-life studies in probably a couple of years, I finally decided to join a figure drawing class again. I've been telling myself at least a hundred times that I want to practice more technical drawing, as well as illustrating, and that I should take a bit of time every day to improve these skills, but why is it so hard to set new habits!?

I’ve had this piece finished for a little while but I’m still a little bit unsure what title I want for this piece. So I thought I’d take you guys into my process of finding a title! (And showing a little bit of vulnerability since this is always locked away in my private note book!)

You know what I've come to realize lately? I overthink my paintings too much before actually even starting them. I have a ton of sketches laying around but I can't seem to get myself to the point where I want to get started with one if I'm not entirely convinced about the idea. This defintely blocks my productivity!

As some of you know, I have painted a couple of skateboards the last view years. These have been pretty popular and I have really enjoyed making them.

A couple of months ago I decided to buy myself a proper art printer.

Well isn't that something! Another whole year already passed!

Another year and another Christmas! I would like to wish you all a happy holiday, even though Christmas has already passed at this point. I really hope that you all got to spend it with your nearest and dearest despite these weird times, or at least got the time for doing things you love and recharging the batteries before diving into the next year.

Last week I did a workshop in Laxå Konsthall with a bunch of little  energy bombs - a full class of 5-year-olds. I've done a few workshops before but never with this young age, so I was excited to see the results of this.

When I was hanging the exhibition in Saluhallen, the local newspaper "NA" came by to interview me! This was published on November the 13th. I'm sorry it is only available in Swedish, but I guess I'll just have to make sure to be in an international one next time! But for now, here's this one!

Once again I had a great opening of an exhibition! I always love vernissages cause you get to meet so many interesting people and have valuable conversations. 

Today was another fun and exhausting day! I finally transported all my art to Laxå Konsthall and started the hanging process. It's crazy how this day has felt like it's so close yet so far away at the same time.

This for sure is a hectic month! But despite the high tempo and somewhat stressed situations, I am really enjoying it! As you might have read in previous posts, I recently had the opening of my exhibition in Saluhallen. Well, now it's time for the next one: Laxå Konsthall!

Last Thursday I finally had the vernissage of my little print expo in Saluhallen Örebro. I always love how art brings people together and it turned into a beautiful evening with lots of love and laughter. 

Okay guys, now all the prints are up at Saluhallen in Örebro! I'm pretty excited about finally seeing all the prints exhibited together instead of being spread out all over my apartment. 

Time is flying and tomorrow is the opening of my exhibition in Saluhallen in Örebro! All my prints are patiently lined up and waiting on the couch to be transported to their new temporary wall. 

The last couple of months have been really exciting for me with my art. There is a lot going on and I love it! At the moment I am working for two exhibitions that overlap – one in Saluhallen Örebro and one in Laxå Konsthall.