Virtual Exhibition in Korea
International Art Forum in South Korea arranged an art exhibition with international artists in the end of 2021. Karin Dahl, from the same area in Sweden as I am, and I had the joy to participate with a couple of paintings!
Now the challenge is to find them... (All the way in to the left)
Have a great tour!
I'm so happy to win the Paraart Award!
Many paintings and artwork made by people with disabilities from all over the world applied for the 2021 PARAART TOKYO. From these, 206 works from 36 countries and regions were chosen for the exhibition.
Now the award-Winning 2021 PARART TOKYO works, which were selected from the judges of 2021 PARAART TOKYO Judging Committee, have been announced!
How many years apart?
What a historical experience I had today! Some of you know how I'm working hard right now to become strong and reduce my pain in my back, hip and knee.
A couple of weeks ago, I told you in my blog about how I've started to train in a gym with a personal trainer. And already now after two weeks I feel a change. Very positive.
All summer I have used our pool at home and 4-5 times a week I've been "bycycling" around, around, sitting on a "floating sausage" as I call them. As the yellow one in the…
Today is the International Mouth and Foot Painters’ Day
To draw attention to this, I am posting a film about my artistry. You can also read more on my Art page »
The photo is taken at the autumn Exhibition 2019 when we had the pleasure to have Tom Yendell as our guest. He is one of the painters in our Association and also a member of the Board.
Because of Corona we haven't had any Exhibition during 2020 and 2021 at our Gallery in Stockholm. A big hope is that 2022 will be a year full…
Now it's Paralympics!
As I write, I watch the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympics Games in Japan. And as I watch, many memories comes to my mind.
As one of all the athletes sitting there in the front row at the huge arena in Seoul in 1988 at the Opening Ceremony, full of expectations and truly excited about the competition days ahead of me, was an enormous experience. As for all elite athletes, the Olympic Games are the absolute biggest competition you can compete in. And as an athlete, it requires an enormous amoun…
Finally it’s ready! A new homepage…
It really is a jungle! Building a website can be done in so many ways and on so many platforms.
I have quite high demands because I want to be able to do so much on my website. It would be easier if I was just a singer and artist, just had a foundation or just had a shop. But I do all that and a little more so it hasn’t been easy to find what fits me the best.
But now it’s published! How fun! And I hope it will be easier for you to find the things you are interested in and are looking for.
I never get used to death
Last week, one of my musician friends fell asleep to eternal rest, Magnus Hördegård, and left family, friends and colleagues. We are many who mourn this incredible musician who has made so much great music and been such a fantastic musician and accompanist.
Life is so rich in many ways and sitting down in my comfortable chair and listening to these sweet tones is like a balm for the sorrow that aches in my heart. I am also reminded of other loved ones who have left us and I let the tears fa…
Better and better day by day!
Well, it went pretty well! I went down in the pool, laid down on my back and and slowly started to swim. My knee hurt but I continued to swim. The advantage of back swimming is that if it hurts, you can just stop moving and float instead. But the swimming facilities here in town has terribly cold water so lay still isn’t really an option, therefor I continued to the other side at leisurely pace and then back. After 100 m it didn’t hurt more anyway so I continued 100 m. After 500 m I didn…