Happy New Year!
My name is Margaret - the blue cow.
I have been very busy in 2002.
I have been one of the main characters in the Children's Book "Farmer Jack",
I have been featured on the world's greatest gateway to art AbsoluteArts,
saying halloo to thousands of people around the world, and I have performed in a ballet called "GAS-ballet" to a biogas factory ordered by Siemens Technology Services.
The ballet was part of one of the major launchings in 2002, a brand new concept,
which is the combination of art works in simple shapes and bright colors and subtle storytelling, communicating important messages pedagogically.
Not addressing people's common sense,
but their feelings.
10 rockets have been launched from Asbjorn's web site substituting all other exhibition activity, except the permanent exhibition in the gallery in "Lille Fejringhus".
After having tested the artistically concept at a Danish construction company,
Asbjorn has worked hard firing the rocket "World Wide Opportunities"
by exhibiting his images of huge canvases in acrylic painting
on 5 online galleries world wide.
In august the image of the huge canvas "san francesco" - inspired from
San Francesco of Assisi and a trip to Italy this summer - was featured on AbsoluteArts.
If the rockets reach the moon,
if the rockets hit the stars or
if the sticks of a rockets fall down
on the roof of "Lille Fejringhus"
in the morning of New Year's day
- is not to tell.
But whatever happens
Asbjorn has had
the joy of creating and firing the rockets,
he has seen the firework display,
and felt the pyrotechnics of life.
The rest, Asbjorn says, is boring business.
Happy New Year
Margaret - the blue cow
Asbjorn Lonvig, artist
First thing in the new year is publishing 10 Children's Books
in a Word document in size A5 (148 x 210 mm)
and 2 Children's Coloring Books in size A4 (210 x 297)
for download purposes.
The online gallery PicassoMio
(exhibiting "Asbjorn Lonvig's PicassoMio Selection")
has recently shown digital prints for sale.
Images in Asbjorn's universe of fairy tale motifs
in an edition of 10-50 will be printed, numbered, signed
and then exhibited.
See the daily newsletter for further information.