Konstfrämjandets verksamhet ägnas till stor del åt ”uppsökande utställningar”. Genom att visa konst i många olika sammanhang och i miljöer där människor vistas varje dag verkar man för att öka intresset och samtalet kring konst.

Just nu arrangerar de en liten utställning i Knivsta bibliotek med min keramik. Den pågår 12 – 31 maj. Dessa gungande barn ingår och jag har jobbat kring temat ”Glöm inte bort hur det känns när man är liten”.

These swinging children are included in a small exhibition collected around the theme

” Don’t forget how it feels when you are small”.

15 kommentarer:

mansuetude sa...

each one unique.
you are sure they aren't singing a song??? I think i hear them laughing. :)

i understood your comment wonderfully, and looked up your author but there isn't much on him in English. He sounds controversial; i might check the library later. thanks for making me think!

Esti sa...

what a great theme!!

Tara Ross Studios sa...

I love these. Are they for sale?

xo...

asphaltandair sa...

these little swingers are just too sweet! they are simply wonderful!
i have very good memories of swinging when i was young (and i STILL love to do it!)

kristin sa...

how sweet!! and how sad i am that i can't even read my father's language...

artycho sa...

I love your blog and what you make is fab! I will come back!

EL GRANDE sa...

I love the theme of the show. It's so important that we never forget that time in our lives. These figures are so nice. I wish I could see them in person.

Ciao,
Joe y Elio

hrsj sa...

I like this idea of not forgetting how it feels to be small. that is something that inspires me so much about children.

Alexandra Hedberg sa...

vad fina de är!

cata sa...

Lovely,lovely,lovely!!!
Cata

Anne sa...

Ja, gunga på bara!
Superfina raringar :)

Gracia sa...

Don’t forget how it feels when you are small - what a great theme to work with. I'm glad you enjoyed playing with this concept.

mercedes de la jara sa...

Lovely,lovely,lovely !!

flora sa...

I love them! Very very sweet!

Marina sa...

Que hermoso!!