|Posted on March 8, 2011 at 2:28 AM|
Spring is finally showing signs of emerging from under mountains of snow and ice. The sun is burning through the whiteness and the greyness daily. The over-wintering birds have begun to sing and swoop excitedly. And we, who haven't been able to take off the wool all winter feel as if we are basking in warmth, although the temperatures are just over 0 Celsius.
Now, the question is: how soon can we get outdoors to paint and draw? A while, I'm afraid. Cold winds and rain will set in, making the days very good for . . . indoor watercolor work.
The next question is: where shall we go this Summer to paint and draw Norway's magnificent landscapes and scenes?
If you're interested in making a suggestion, I'd love to hear it.
Feel free to be in touch, and we can devise a heavenly plan.
|Posted on December 8, 2010 at 2:46 PM|
The Asker Atelier, which has been open for business on Leangbukta for the last 10 years, is celebrating its anniversary by acquiring its own web page! I look forward to informing you of our art projects and progress, as well as remarking on art exhibitions in Norway and beyond.
Coming to a place near you soon: www.askeratelier.com!