Trehylle, ullgarn, bÃ¥nd, blyant. Wooden shelf, wool yarn, ribbons, pencil. 2014. Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen
Blokktrykk Area 3
Block print Area 3. (2014) Wood, textile ribbons and tape. Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen.
Class picture. 2013 - 2014. Knitted and felted materials on canvas and wood. Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen
I hagen, pÃ¥ stranda, hos naboen, ved brÃ¸nnen.
In the garden, at the beach, at the neighbours, by the well. (2014) Knitted materials combined with canvas and wood. Photo: Ã˜yStein Thorvaldsen.
Moren til Maria, Anne og Hanne.
"The mother of Maria, Anne and Hanne." Knitted materials on canvas and shelf (2013). The work was part of the exhibition "KunsthÃ¥ndverk 2013" at The National Museum - Museum
homely gardens (2011-2012) A series of 8 works. Embroidery on canvas with wool and other materials. Size: 130 cm x 130 cm Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen
Inn i mellom, alt det andre
In between, everything else (2009-2012 - ongoing) A series of various smaller formats. Embroidery on canvas in different materials. Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen
Resonance (2011) Embroidery on canvas with wool. Size: 70 X 90 cm.
Fra 2004 til 2011
From 2004 to 2011 Drawings. Colour pencil on yellowed paper. A series of ca 14 drawings. Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen and Galleri F15.
BesÃ¸k fra Polen
Visit from Poland (2010-2011) Embroidery on canvas, a series of 3. Size: 70 cm x 180 cm. Photo: Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen
Observasjoner i rÃ¸dt og grÃ¥tt
Observations in red and grey (2010) A series of 15 works. Embroidery on canvas with wool. Size: 50 x 60 cm and 70 x 90 cm. Photo Ã˜ystein Thorvaldsen.
John K. Raustein and I have a project that we call Ã˜yStein, and Ã˜yStein is the third artist in our exhibitions./ John K. Raustein og jeg har et felles kunstprosjekt hvor vi eksp
Drawings without title.
(2007-2009) Drawings with colour pencil on paper. Size: 50 X 65 cm and 40 X 32,5 cm Prosjektbeskrivelse: Jeg tegner fargeflater. Jeg undersÃ¸ker mulighetene farge, strek, sk
Textile works made before 2005.
From 2000 to 2005 I worked with colours that were allmost white, and I tried to minimize the contrasts as much as possible. The textiles are hand woven in linen. Because of the lac...