Category | Other stuff in the workshop

Ta Rygg.

Apan “Ta Rygg” känner sig vilsen och saknar sitt hem, häng på, ta rygg och gör en apa!
Rådhusapan behöver kompisar så deras aptjut hörs ända upp till kommunpolitikerna.
Valfritt material. Hänges med swingavstånd till “Ta Rygg”. Hitta apan på facebook: “Ta Rygg – på Rådhusapan”

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22/3 11-15 Welcome


Tomorrow there will be a lot going on in Olofsfors! Welcome to visit my studio and check out the programme for all the events on the following page:




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New painting.

Check out my new painting.

You may recognise it from another one I did a few years ago, the old painting worked as a sketch for this one.

120 x 130 cm. oil.

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How to stretch a canvas

 Sometimes I have to frame many canvases in a stressfull hurry so I built a tool to help me with that. It was actually pretty easy to make and it works really well.


Just take four planks of the same length and pair them together so you get one on top and one on the bottom. Put something that can grip the canvas between the planks. I used ropes and put them so that they meet like the cogs on a cog-wheel when you put the planks together. Drill a few holes for the wing nuts that will press the planks together. Attach more rope so that you can pull the two plank parts towards eachother and thus stretch the canvas evenly.  Then you can build a frame, weeve a canvas and then paint something if you want to.

Happy love and a jolly Christmas to you all!











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Welcome to my workshop earlier today and tomorrow 11-17


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New paintings! This fall’s mission.


I have recently made six big frames that I will paint during this fall. I have made smaller studies for tree of the paintings so I know what theme thay will have. The other three will probably follow the same theme but I am open to whatever may happen during the process. Either all of the paintings will be in the same series or not. I will keep you updated during the making of these paintings. Stay tuned! To be continued…


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How to build an easel – crash course
  • Take some wood
  • Saw pieces in lengths you feel are accurate
  • Do some junctions
  • Come up with some smart solutions
  • Make it all fit together in perfect harmony
  • Take it all apart
  • Drill a few holes
  • Make some plugs
  • Add some glue
  • Add the plugs too
  • Put the pieces together, for real this time

Voilà! You have an easel!

Take some paint and make the studio look clean.

Easy as a tiny pancake.


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The swiss army butter knife

Just before the Mayan doomsday, Dec 21, I got an unusual request from a customer:  to make a swiss army inspired butter knife for her friend who had stacked up with survival gear to survive the doomsday. The customer herself was not so certain that the end was near but she still wanted to encourage her friend with the “must have” for the apocalypse.  The swiss army butter knife must now be the most important survival tool in her friend’s awsome collection. Better luck next doomsday!

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Moivi in the studio

Last week my friends from the group Moivi, together with Johan Airijoki, visited me in my studio. I have accompanied Moivi on a few gigs, painting live to their kick-ass music. A really nice day in the studio!

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