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2021 Starting Fresh

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Big changes are coming for 2021. Read some of what we are up to.

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Have Faith

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I wanted to send a message to everyone and say a huge "Thank You" to everyone who supports my work. July was an amazing month for my business and it is only because you all believe and support my work.  Things are changing in the world. I have seen a lot of changes here in how infrastructure is working, how people are reacting to these changes and all the fear people are expressing. Stable infrastructures in Norway are really being challenged now and I see reflections of those changes inside myself. I must admit, I am a bit of a...

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New Print Release July 2020

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In January I got sick. We generally knew what was wrong, but I ended up bleeding slowly for 52 days before I finally got surgery. 🩸 I had a Facebook friend contact me (without knowing I was sick) and she asked me if I knew what was doing this to me. I said I did. It was as if a dark entity was “feeding” off my suffering. She taught me some prayers from her religion and she told me to just do them to be free. I am happy to invoke any positive spirits for good and so I did...

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The Story of A Painting

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Winter is descending on the valley and the land is beginning to freeze. At 59 ° North, cold happens. The butterflies are all gone. My garden is down and there is nothing to do until spring. All the fall color that brightened the farm is now pale and ice is forming in the river below.  But loss hangs heavy in the air. . . Her name was Lettie and she was the sweetest creature I have ever known. She was the queen of our farm and her absence is still raw. I began work on this painting for her as soon...

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Winter Blooms

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Cold is descending on the valley. It is becoming dark as well. We don't actually see the sun until around 10 am. It gets a little harder to wake up in the morning and I go to bed early. It should be a sad time, but it is actually a time to relax. There was so much color a week ago, but now all the color is gone.  Inside our house is time for fires, candles and snuggling on the sofa with the dogs. The cats are coming in too and playing all over the furniture. Planning hearty winter meals for...

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