JENS MALMGREN I create, that is my hobby.
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Enamel teapotThis blue teapot originates from the flea market. “There are no holes in it?”, “No, it is in perfect condition”. It turned out to be a false statement and it is indeed leaking. Now the enamel teapot is decorating my garden. The good thing with artifacts to use for still-life is that they can be dysfunctional but in the painting they can work very well.
Behind the enamel teapot is a chromium teapot. It is not leaking. It is really cool to paint because it can be polished to a perfectly reflective surface. It is useless because the handle becomes so hot when there is tea in the teapot that you need to have a potholder but with a potholder of cloth you are losing the grip so it is not working.
From this perspective it is clear that a nice aesthetic aspect of an object can extend the objects lifetime considerably. It never stops to surprise me how many teapots, cans etcetera are dripping. If we can send man to the moon, why can’t we…? Make a teapot that is not dripping?
Still life under lampStill life painting of vegetablesAlyssa 28 December 2018Nienke 19 December 2018Round ObjectsPregnant model at the windowThe revenge on the pearsBusiness cards, version 1Big DaylilyMy first acrylic painting everMerged Massive Glass CubesSunset over Småland - Illusionistic RibbonsKorrö Folk Music FestivalPleasure paintingPeaches on a shiny cloth
I was born 1967 in Stockholm, Sweden. I grew up in the small village Vågdalen in north Sweden. 1989 I moved to Umeå to study Computer Science at University of Umeå. 1995 I moved to the Netherlands where I live in Almere not far from Amsterdam.
Here on this site I let you see my creations.
I create, that is my hobby.
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