Born by the Hardanger Fjord in Norway, got away early and dived into some art education. Did quite a number of exhibitions, both solo shows as group exhibition. Art projects, patronage from UNESCO head office in Paris, and more. Moved to Egypt for nearly fifteen years in 1990, came back to Norway with my dear wife and our two daughters.
Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, came for an co-operation. That way Gallery Vâra also hosted an exhibition for the Bulgarian-American artist Christo ... " Read More
ABOUT THE PRICES
When my paintings on canvas got a price tag of 10'000 USD and more, then I have to admit that they are not art for most people any longer. They are not for artlovers - at least not for any artlover, but for those who can afford them.
Digital art should soon be as normal as digital photography, as who today are buying film for their camera? To use digital programs that give me an pencil 8B is just great, and even without water I can put some watercolour on my drawing. The digital art media is absolutely for me, but apart from the artistic freedom it actually give me - it's another plus that is as important - the cost of digital art. Even if I got my Corel Painter for a bit less than fourhundred dollar, I don't have to buy new pencils, pigments, or large canvas. This is a cost reduction that is big, and that way you can purchase a original artwork from me with a price it would not be possible to offer if I did art the expensive 'old' way. On top of this I reduce the price of a original work by making most drawings or paintings in a limited number. If I only had one work, compared to let's say 40, each with a individually numbering, and individual signature - that again reduce the price.
This is pretty important for me, as I want all who really would like a original artwork, to be able to get the one s/he has fallen in love with. A true win-win solution, ain't it?