Category Archive: Iceland

Isolated Iceland

  What a storm..! Winds from 18 all the way up to 30 metres per second. Heavy snow. Even my swimming pool stayed closed today.   Well, I only wanted to stay home… Continue reading

Back to work

Christmas has been cleaned away from the studio and the endless shooting of fire works (icelandic people…) has finally ended. Time to start working for Sigrun again!

Covered Esja

Back in Iceland after holidays

Celebration for light and for the new year

Photo by Joan de Silva

A little bit of christmas

The end of working period

Ida’s time at Gler i Bergvik is over and she will head back home to Denmark.  Was pleasure to work with you!   Photo by Joan de Silva

Order of work: Glacier and lava

                              A piece of sculpture. Working for an Icelandic designer and goldsmith Sigurður Ingi Bjarnason. 

Walking on glass

We were working for Iceland based designer Sruli Recht who was inspired by Sigrun‘s Olgas.

My home at the feet of Esja mountain

A view from Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavik.

Goodbye to the sun, hello the moon

Rising moon at 5pm.

A fox lady of the thursday night

Calm down

Getting back to normal rhythm after busy weekend in the studio. The christmas sale of Gler i Bergvik is over and done!

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Getting ready for christmas sale

Spending my whole saturday morning with my grindings and Leonard Cohen.

Left behind, little star

Esja got a snow cover

letting go of grey, falling for blue

Long day in the studio

   Getting ready for the christmas sale and working hard in the studio. Huih.

Walk on my sandy beach

Kitty cat

We got a visitor again. Found him on our way to the swimming pool. 

Ida’s day; country girls and punty pams

Amazing drawing class

Such an interesting drawing class with two (and half) models! Made my week.

Following clouds

Getting grey

Winter is coming and the weather is changing.   Wind. Rain. Grayness. And 6 mins less light every day.

Black mountain, black stones, black sand

Remains of a mermaid

Blowing wind

Horses are back from the mountains

Following the sun

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