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Skór ganga alltaf sinn veg. Shoes always go their way.

 

 

Skór ganga alltaf sinn veg.

Ég held að upphaflega hafi skórin komið inn í list mína, sem einhverskonar tileinkun til H.C. Andersen vegna hins fræga ævintýris um prinsessuna og skóinn.
Ég hef líka málað skó sem vísa til myndar eftir Vincent Van Gogh en ég ætla ekki að skrifa um þá mynd meistarans enda hafa margir gert það.
En skór fyrir mér tákna fyrir mér bæði ferðalagið gegn um lífið og svo gefa; form og línur hans góða mynd af fegurð mannslíkamans, sem þeir veita skjól og styrkja.
Síðan hafa kynni mín af Sahajayoga leitt mig að dulhyggju sem gefa skónum nýja vídd, sem erfitt er að útskýra án vitneskjunar sem maður fær þar.

Shoes always go their way.

I think the shoes in my art, originally came as a kind of dedication to H.C. Andersen because of the famous adventures of the princess and the shoe.
I have also painted shoes that refer to the painting by Vincent Van Gogh but I’m not going to write about the master’s great painting because many have done it.
A shoe for me represents both the journey through life and it alsow is giving; shape and lines good to give image of the beauty of the human body, which they provide shelter and strength.
Then being a part of Sahajayoga has led me to a mystery that gives the shoe a new dimension, which is difficult to explain without the knowledge you get there.

 

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Án titils, blönduð tækni, 57.2×61.7 cm. Sennilega 1980.
Without title, mixed technology, 57.2×61.7 cm. Probably 1980.

 

Skór í ferð sem engin skilur. 55x45 2018

Skór í ferð sem engin skilur.Olía á striga. 55×45 cm. 2018 kr. 210,000
Shoes on a trip that no one understands. Oil on canvas. 55×45 cm. 2018 Ikr. 210000

 

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