I thought it was time to come out of the forest and head to town to enjoy Reykjavik Winter Festival 2012 and Museum Night. Lots of people on the streets and many things… Continue reading
Going somewhere is good. Falling for something is good. Leaving is good.
Stormy weather just keeps going. I’ve been busy getting a manicure on a grinding wheel. Also got some paperweights polished.
I see only the nature around me.
Testing The Beardcap by VÍK PRJÓNSDÓTTIR. All their products are made of Icelandic sheep wool. I’m also a big fan of their THE SEALPELT ( SELSHAMURINN )! Test result: 5 stars
Stones playing with colors. Geysir, Haukadalur valley, Iceland.
Hanna arrived to observe my tranquil countryside life from the big city of Barcelona.
Sometimes you just can’t go to bed…
This week, we’ve been working hard with Sigrun in the hot studio before turning the furnace off. Huh! Beautiful glasses by Sigrun O. Einarsdottir and Soren Larsen, Gler i Bergvik.
There’s so much snow here, and it’s so cold..! Almost like being in Finland. Prr.
There’s someone else going for walks on a beach too.
Santiago Sierra’s exhibition has just opened in Reykjavik art museum Hafnarhus. I went to see the film screening of NO, Global Tour by Santiago Sierra at Cinema Paradise.
I could barely find my way to the studio this morning..!
A great week at Gler i Bergvik with students from Myndlistaskólinn of Reykjavik is over. Lots of experimentations and observations. See more photos from the week. Photo by Auður Eva Ásberg
Our lovely new model of thursday evening.
I’m admiring the house every time I pass it.
Melting glass and filling the furnace. We are ready for the busy week when a group of Sigrun’s students from Myndlistaskólinn í Reykjavík is arriving to Gler i Bergvik.
All the pretty things can be found from the beach after days of stormy weather.
Jihuu, figure drawing group has started again! Tricky poses by David. And yes, I did go and vote for the President of Finland on my way to drawing.
Annealed and done. Paperweights designed by Sigrun Einarsdottir.