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Finally it is happening !!

My Solo Show at the Torpedo Factory is coming closer! 

Please come and kick the Exhibition of on November 9 at 6.30 pm and visit it  as many times as you wish between November 9 and December 3.

Please click on the link above and read the pressrelease for the show.




Please follow the link below for visiting address and opening hours
https://www.theartleague.org
 

Welcome to Washington Printmakers Art Gallery in Georgetown, DC to see beautiful and thought provoking prints within the theme "We the Immigrants". You can among others see my Gilclee Prints "This is Ali" and "There was a place called home not long ago".

The exhibition is open September 28 to October 29. Especially welcome on Artis's Reception, Saturday October 14 from 3 to 6 pm.


Follow this link for more information:
http://www.washingtonprintmakers.com/2017-10-exhibit-we-the-immigrants/
 

 

Welcome to my world of Art.

Here you can find information about what I am currently doing, what I have been doing earlier and what I am planning for the future... 


You are very welcome to contact me through this page or directly at karinlithell@hotmail.com


I hope you like what you see and find what you are looking for!


Last year I studied to become an Art teacher. It was fantastic to be able to devote my full attention to art and how to teach art. Above you see my Exam project "Valborg - set your table for a spring feast". This is a collection in Raku fired Ceramics and Screen printed Fabric. 
To the right you see one of my largest paintings hanging in its new home in Hellerup, just north of Copenhagen in Denmark. It is Pionees painted in oil on canvas and measures 160x160 cm.

My favorite way of painting is with a knife, preferably in oil, but every now and then also in acrylic. To the left you see "Lindengasse 11, Vienna" which was recently exhibited and sold at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virgina, USA. Above you see the Royal Guards marching close to the Queens palace Amalienborg in Copenhagen, Denmark, on a stormy winterday. Both paintings are done with acrylic paint and a knife on canvas.