My painting “Morfar’s Klass” (28″ x 40″) (acrylic on canvas) will be raffled ($20 ticket, 3 for $40, 10 for $100) on January 21, 2012 at ART HEALS
at the Rubble Gallery
This painting is an interpretation of a photograph of my grandfather’s elementary school class in Sweden.
Tickets and donations to go towards self-publishing costs of Molly and The Old Apple Tree.
Each ticket or the $40 bundle is a coupon for a 5-minute portrait by me. The $100 bundle gets you two portraits.
Raffle tickets are now available to pre-purchase tickets will be sold during opening event. Raffle draw at 8:45 PM January 21. Click on choice:
Featuring dual art show/fundraiser of therapeutic works by father and daughter: Roar and Katarina Thorsen
January 21- Feb 7, 2012 at the Rubble Gallery!
Opening event (with an interactive art corner) on January 21 7-9 PM! Cash bar, snacks, music, art.
The show will be a collection of our individual and mutual work:
1. Dual journals:
Created 2001-2003 (we would take turns week to week) as I experienced the breakdown of my marriage. The journals will be on display and you are welcome to read and interact with them.
Examples from my series on grief and divorce (china marker on masonite board). [will be on sale]
Roar’s current series of therapeutic post-stroke drawings, created in his long term care facility (pencil and felt pen on small foam boards). [will be on sale].
Preview of my illustrations for my graphic novel
in progress (china marker on newsprint). [NFS]
preview of Roar’s post-stroke illustrations and quotes to his book of drawings and wisdoms (pencil crayon on paper).
[some originals for sale]
My painting “Morfar’s Klass” (28″ x 40″) (acrylic on canvas) will be raffled ($20 ticket, 3 for $40, 10 for $100).
Funds to go towards self-publishing costs of Molly
and The Old Apple Tree
. Raffle draw at 8:45 PM January 21. Each ticket or the $40 bundle is a coupon for a 5-minute portrait
by me. The $100 bundle gets you two portraits.
7. Interactive Art Piece:
Large piece on foam board started by me and added to by participants and gallery visitors. The piece can be added to by gallery visitors for the remainder of the exhibit and will be donated to the Rubble Gallery.