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Vernissage: Nordic Light, December 11

November 15, 2011

Vernissage

Erik Ask – Nordic Light

 

 

Where: Dokmai Garden, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

When: Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 15.00 – 18.00.

Meet Norwegian artist Erik Ask, have a sip of wine and admire some of his selected paintings (Nordic landscapes, American landscapes, Portuguese landscapes, floral motifs, non-figurative motifs). Since you buy straight from his studio and since most paintings are unframed Erik generously offers his exquisite paintings within a price range of 2500 – 6000 Baht. The exhibition will only last until January 11th.

Free entrance to the vernissage.

VIP card holders can enter the garden for free until 18.00. Other visitors pay 100 Baht.

No need for ticket reservations, but we kindly ask journalists to contact us in advance to set the time for interviews between 13.00 and 16.00.

(info@dokmaigarden.co.th).


Biography

Erik Ask was born in 1937 in Sandefjord (Vestfold) in Norway. Already as a teenager he explored painting and sketching. For a living he became a sailor and a whale hunter, but eventually he decided to go to Copenhagen and study art at the schools of Bergenholtz and Dupont.

Erik can be described as a multi artist. For many years he made stone monuments using a Norwegian granite (Larvikite), some of which were bought by the Norwegian government and can be admired in Stokke (Vestfold). Erik is also a silversmith, a knife maker and a wood carver. In his sixties Erik returned to his original passion; painting.


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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Jan Henriksson permalink
    November 15, 2011 6:44 PM

    Hej Erik
    Jag ær intresserad att køpa bild, bilder av Ask, men kommer till Chiang mai den 18 Januari, var kan jag træffa eller se hans målningar efter att utstællningen ær øver?

    Hælsning
    Jan Henriksson

    • November 16, 2011 8:36 AM

      Dear Jan Henriksson,

      If you wish to buy paintings after the end of the exhibition simply contact us and we let you know if any paintings remain and where they are situated.

      Kind regards, Eric & Erik

  2. November 15, 2011 8:29 PM

    WOW!

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