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Published: Mon, 11 Oct 2010 14:26:58 +0200

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The Michelanous and The Owner's Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark

Mon, 11 Oct 2010 14:26:58 +0200

The Michelanous and The Owner's Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark Based on concepts and prices of the 2010 International Fine Art Exhibition in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated. Asbjorn Lonvig: I'm an old man. I have children and grandchildren. I'm Santa Claus every December. I live in my dream house. I have this dream job as an artist. That I appreciate - every day. But. As old men often do, I suffer from this and that. I have several flaws that need medication. You never know when life's shirt is too short. Therefore I have selected the 328 best of my designs and put them for sale as Originals and 210 numbered and signed Fine Art Prints of each motif, clearly inspired by "2010 International Fine Art", which I attended in June 2010 in South Africa. The sizes on as well originals as art prints are 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). The prices are the same as those set by the art auctioneer and the art publisher of "2010 International Fine Art". The Originals are Ink on Canvas. The Fine Art Prints are numbered and signed, and printed on archival inks on cotton, that is on HahnemÜhle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks. Inspired by the thickest book I own  - it is 9.3 cm or 3.7" - "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare ..." I modestly call this selection "The Complete Fine Art Works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark"... Prices: Originals US$ 5,976 - 8,632 each Fine Art prints US$ 2,000 each ADVERTISEMENT It's a good idea to buy Asbjorn Lonvig's works. He was awarded "The World of Art Award" from an art publishing house in London, UK. This autumn an art book "Creative Genius" is published, where 100 contemporary artists selected worldwide are portrayed. The art book is published by the publisher Masters of Today in London, UK. Asbjorn Lonvig is one of the selected artists. Last but not least, various critics compared him with Mondrian, MirÓ, Kandinsky, and Warhol. The author Alain Joannes, Paris, France, who wrote about Asbjorn Lonvig's work "Soul Hurting Still" in his book "Comment communiquer par des images" has even compared Asbjorn Lonvig with Johann Sebastian Bach!!!! See more about all this on  www.lonvig.dk. The images are arranged in 10 Collections.Click on an image below and see it enlarged and a description of each work. The Miscellaneous Collection Architecture Museums - Cathedrals - Churches - Christianity Hans Christian Andersen illustrations . Sculptural and Aesthetic Vintage Cars - Racing Cars - Motor Cycles Wind Power Flowers Fairy Tale Characters in Asbjorn Lonvig's Fairy Tales Special Selection - Visual Knowledge - Lonvig by Minymo - Dantrout The Owner's Collection Not for general sale. Owners of palaces, manor houses etc. and managers of businesses, can achieve exclusivity. A general reproduction right or an exclusive reproduction right. A high resolution image file is available. The Owners/Managers are contacted directly. Palaces, Manor Houses etc. Legends New Coat of Arms for Paris In general about the complete fine art works of Asbjorn Lonvig Original - one of a kind - art works: Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Price US$ 8,632 valued by Graham’s Fine Art Auctioneers, Johannesburg. Graham’s only deals with works that illustrate great significance through execution, condition, aesthetics, value and iconicity. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Fine Art Prints: Edition 210 for each Original art work, 210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton, that is on HahnemÜhle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Price is US$ 2,000  valued by art publisher 2010 Fine Art alias MMX Art, Cape Town. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. C[...]



The Abstract, The East and Far East, The Australia/Oceania, and The Africa Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark

Mon, 11 Oct 2010 14:24:40 +0200

The Abstract, The East and Far East, The Australia/Oceania, and The Africa Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark Based on concepts and prices of the 2010 International Fine Art Echibition in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated. Asbjorn Lonvig: I'm an old man. I have children and grandchildren. I'm Santa Claus every December. I live in my dream house. I have this dream job as an artist. That I appreciate - every day. But. As old men often do, I suffer from this and that. I have several flaws that need medication. You never know when life's shirt is too short. Therefore I have selected the 328 best of my designs and put them for sale as Originals and 210 numbered and signed Fine Art Prints of each motif, clearly inspired by "2010 International Fine Art", which I attended in June 2010 in South Africa. The sizes on as well originals as art prints are 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). The prices are the same as those set by the art auctioneer and the art publisher of "2010 International Fine Art". The Originals are Ink on Canvas. The Fine Art Prints are numbered and signed, and printed on archival inks on cotton, that is on HahnemÜhle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks. Inspired by the thickest book I own  - it is 9.3 cm or 3.7" - "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare ..." I modestly call this selection "The Complete Fine Art Works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark"... Prices: Originals US$ 5,976 - 8,632 each Fine Art prints US$ 2,000 each ADVERTISEMENT It's a good idea to buy Asbjorn Lonvig's works. He was awarded "The World of Art Award" from an art publishing house in London, UK. This autumn an art book "Creative Genius" is published, where 100 contemporary artists selected worldwide are portrayed. The art book is published by the publisher Masters of Today in London, UK. Asbjorn Lonvig is one of the selected artists. Last but not least, various critics compared him with Mondrian, MirÓ, Kandinsky, and Warhol. The author Alain Joannes, Paris, France, who wrote about Asbjorn Lonvig's work "Soul Hurting Still" in his book "Comment communiquer par des images" has even compared Asbjorn Lonvig with Johann Sebastian Bach!!!! See more about all this on  www.lonvig.dk. The images are arranged in 10 Collections.Click on an image below and see it enlarged and a description of each work. The Abstract Collection Colorful Simplicity The East And Far East Collection Japan - Golden Pavilion Tokyo Tower - Ginza - Fuji - Tokyo Portal China - Confucius - Shanghai - Pudong - Wild Goose Pagoda - Temple of Longhua - Great Wall of China India - Taj Mahal Nepal - Mount Everest The Australia/Oceania Collection Sydney Opera House - Kangaroo - Pig Face Butterfly Fish The Africa Collection South Africa For sale after clearing with MMX Art, Cape Town In general about the complete fine art works of Asbjorn Lonvig Original  one of a kind art works: Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Price US$ 5,976 - 8,632 valued by Graham’s Fine Art Auctioneers, Johannesburg. Graham’s only deals with works that illustrate great significance through execution, condition, aesthetics, value and iconicity. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Fine Art Prints: Edition 210 for each Original art work, 210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton, that is on HahnemÜhle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Price is US$ 2,000  valued by art publisher 2010 Fine Art alias MMX Art, Cape Town. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Delivery and Payment The Art works are delivered all over the world in a tube directly to you by[...]



The North and South Europe Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark

Tue, 5 Oct 2010 14:53:54 +0200

The North and South Europe Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark Based on concepts and prices of the 2010 International Fine Art Exhibition in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated. Asbjorn Lonvig: I'm an old man. I have children and grandchildren. I'm Santa Claus every December. I live in my dream house. I have this dream job as an artist. That I appreciate - every day. But. As old men often do, I suffer from this and that. I have several flaws that need medication. You never know when life's shirt is too short. Therefore I have selected the 328 best of my designs and put them for sale as Originals and 210 numbered and signed Fine Art Prints of each motif, clearly inspired by "2010 International Fine Art", which I attended in June 2010 in South Africa. The sizes on as well originals as art prints are 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). The prices are the same as those set by the art auctioneer and the art publisher of "2010 International Fine Art". The Originals are Ink on Canvas. The Fine Art Prints are numbered and signed, and printed on archival inks on cotton, that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks. Inspired by the thickest book I own - it is 9.3 cm or 3.7" - "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare ..." I modestly call this selection "The Complete Fine Art Works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark"... Prices: Originals US$ 5,976 - 8,632 each Fine Art prints US$ 2,000 each ADVERTISEMENT I t's a good idea to buy Asbjorn Lonvig's works. He was awarded "The World of Art Award" from an art publishing house in London, UK. This autumn an art book "Creative Genius" is published, where 100 contemporary artists selected worldwide are portrayed. The art book is published by the publisher Masters of Today in London, UK. Asbjorn Lonvig is one of the selected artists. Last but not least, various critics compared him with Mondrian, Miró, Kandinsky, and Warhol. The author Alain Joannes, Paris, France, who wrote about Asbjorn Lonvig's work "Soul Hurting Still" in his book "Comment communiquer par des images" has even compared Asbjorn Lonvig with Johann Sebastian Bach!!!! See more about all this on www.lonvig.dk. The images are arranged in 10 Collections.Click on an image below and see it enlarged and a description of each work. The North Europe Collection Paris Tour de France Giro d'Italia - La Vuelta London Amsterdam - Berlin - St. Petersburg Denmark - Hedensted - Brande - Vejle - The Little Belt - Funen The South Europe Collection Italy - Portofino - Sienna - Florence - Venice - Assisi - Paestum - Puglia Rome - Colosseum - The Vatican - The Roman Forum - Pantheon -Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Massimo Spain - Madrid - Barcelona - Costa Brava - Granada Lisbon - Porto In general about the complete fine art works of Asbjorn Lonvig Original - one of a kind - art works: Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Price US$ 5,976 - 8,632 valued by Graham's Fine Art Auctioneers, Johannesburg. Graham’s only deals with works that illustrate great significance through execution, condition, aesthetics, value and iconicity. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Fine Art Prints: Edition 210 for each Original art work, 210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton, that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”). Retail Price is US$ 2,000 - Artist Price is US$ 2,000 valued by art publisher 2010 Fine Art alias MMX Art, Cape Town. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Delivery and Payment The Art works are delivered all over the world in a[...]



The North and South America Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award Winning Artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark

Mon, 4 Oct 2010 14:52:18 +0200

The North and South America Collections - The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award Winning Artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark Based on concepts and prices of the 2010 International Fine Art Exhibition in June in South Africa in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated. Asbjorn Lonvig: I'm an old man. I have children and grandchildren. I'm Santa Claus every December. I live in my dream house. I have this dream job as an artist. That I appreciate - every day. But. As old men often do, I suffer from this and that. I have several flaws that need medication. You never know when life's shirt is too short. Therefore I have selected the 328 best of my designs and put them for sale as Originals and 210 numbered and signed Fine Art Prints of each motif, clearly inspired by "2010 International Fine Art", which I attended in June 2010 in South Africa. The sizes on as well originals as art prints are 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1î x 23.4î). The prices are the same as those set by the art auctioneer and the art publisher of "2010 International Fine Art". The Originals are Ink on Canvas. The Fine Art Prints are numbered and signed, and printed on archival inks on cotton, that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks. Inspired by the thickest book I own  - it is 9.3 cm or 3.7" - "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare ..." I modestly call this selection "The Complete Fine Art Works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark"... Prices: Originals US$ 5,976 - 8,632 each Fine Art prints US$ 2,000 - 3,000 each ADVERTISEMENT It's a good idea to buy Asbjorn Lonvig's works. He was awarded "The World of Art Award" from an art publishing house in London, UK. This autumn an art book "Creative Genius" is published, where 100 contemporary artists selected worldwide are portrayed. The art book is published by the publisher Masters of Today in London, UK. Asbjorn Lonvig is one of the selected artists. Last but not least, various critics compared him with Mondrian, Miró, Kandinsky, and Warhol. The author Alain Joannes, Paris, France, who wrote about Asbjorn Lonvig's work "Soul Hurting Still" in his book "Comment communiquer par des images" has even compared Asbjorn Lonvig with Johann Sebastian Bach!!!! See more about all this on  www.lonvig.dk. The images are arranged in 10 Collections. Click on an image below and see it enlarged and a description of each work. The North America Collection Canada West Canada East New York - Buffalo Chicago Denver - Portland - San Francisco Grand Canyon Nashville, Tennessee (Lyrics from well-known songs visualized) Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk The South America Collection Caminito (Buenos Aires, Argentina) Easter Island (Chile) Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk In general about the complete fine art works of Asbjorn Lonvig Original - one of a kind - art works: Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Price US$ 5,976 - 8,632 valued by Graham's Fine Art Auctioneers, Johannesburg. Graham’s only deals with works that illustrate great significance through execution, condition, aesthetics, value and iconicity. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact  lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Fine Art Prints: Edition 210 for each Original art work, 210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by the artist, Archival Inks on cotton, that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). Retail Price is US$ 2,000 valued by art publisher 2010 Fine Art alias MMX Art, Cape Town. A Certification of Authentication is issued on demand. Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk Delivery and Payment The Art works are delivered all over the world in a tube directly to you by UPS. Payment by bank transfer to Danske Bank[...]



The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark

Sun, 26 Sep 2010 12:04:18 +0200

The Complete Fine Art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark
- based on concepts and prices of the 2010 International Fine Art Exhibition in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated.

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I'm an old man.
I have children and grandchildren.
I'm Santa Claus every December.
I live in my dream house.
I have this dream job as an artist.
That I appreciate - every day.
But.
As old men often do, I suffer from this and that.
I have several flaws that need medication.
You never know when life's shirt is too short.
Therefore I have selected the 328 best of my designs and put them for sale as Originals and 210 numbered and signed Fine Art Prints of each motif, clearly inspired by "2010 International Fine Art", which I attended in June 2010 in South Africa. The sizes on as well originals as fine art prints are 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"). The prices are the same as those set by the art auctioneer and the art publisher of "2010 International Fine Art". The Originals are Ink on Canvas. The Fine Art Prints are numbered and signed, and printed on archival inks on cotton, that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks.
Inspired by the thickest book I own  - it is 9.3 cm or 3.7" - "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare ..." I modestly call this selection "The Complete Fine Art Works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark"...
Prices:
Originals US$ 5,976 - 8,632 each
Fine Art prints US$ 2,000 each


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It's a good idea to buy Asbjorn Lonvig's works.He was awarded "The World of Art Award" from an art publising house in London, UK. This autumn an art book "Creative GENIUS" is published, where 100 contemporary artists selected worldwide are portrayed. The art book is published by the publisher Masters of today in London, UK. Asbjorn Lonvig is one of the selected artists. Last but not least, various critics compared him with Mondrian, Miró, Kandinsky, and Warhol. The author Alain Joannes, Paris, France, who wrote about Asbjorn Lonvig's work "Soul Hurting Still" in his book "Comment communiquer par des images" has even compared Asbjorn Lonvig with Johann Sebastian Bach!!!!



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South African Joy, by Asbjorn Lonvig - Official Licensed Product of the 2010 FIFA World Cup(TM)

Wed, 16 Jun 2010 16:10:00 +0200

"South African Joy" A South African Art Publisher MMX Art in Cape Town contacted me. MMX Art alias 2010 International Fine Art is licensed to use the phrase Official Licensed Products of the 2010 FIFA World Cup by FIFA. 5 artists from each of the 32 qualifying countries to 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa. were selected to participate in the 2010 International Fine Art project and form the 2010 International Fine Art Collection. After signing a contract I got the "Artistic Brief" from 2010 International Fine Art: "The world is coming home to Africa, the cradle of humankind, the site where the story of our species started.  It is in essence the home of all humanity.   It is also the location for the greatest sporting event in the world the 2010 FIFA World CupTM the first time in its history that the tournament has been staged in Africa. The artwork must bring together the elements of this African heritage and fuse it with the energy and excitement of the World Cup, the heights of athletic excellence, the favor of football enthusiasts, and pride of your country’s participation in the tournament. The original must incorporate at least an element of football in order to celebrate this extraordinary event being brought to African soil. The symbolism of  "South African Joy" by Asbjorn Lonvig 2010, Inks on canvas/Archival Inks on cotton, 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1" x 23.4"), edition 210. Click on "South African Joy" and download a high resolution image for press coverage. The Acacia tree and the Baobab Tree are significant trees in South Africa. I am looking for my inner eye giraffes eating the leaves of an Acacia tree. The South African Savannah in the East, the bush and dessert in the West are the domicile of a lot of exotic animals such as Zebras, Flamingos, Elephants, Lions, Penguins, and Giraffes. To me the most outstanding of them is the Giraffe. In South African Joy symbolized by a giraffe skin. The sun is important to all of us. In most of South Africa there is subtropical climate witch has an impact on everything. On nature as well as on people’s conduct and behavior. From maps we know the shape of the African Continent. From the name we can guess where South Africa is, but I did not know exact shape of South Africa on beforehand. FIFA World Cup stadiums in South Africa are scattered around the country: The stadiums are in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Polokwane, Rustenburg, and Pretoria. In a very short time when the FIFA World Cup has started - the world will recognize the shape and the colors of the Republic of South Africa's flag: Red symbolizes the struggle for freedom. Black and White the different peoples of South Africa. Yellow the country's mineral wealth. And green and blue symbolize the country’s fertility and its magnificent scenery and wildlife. Desmond Tutu you know, the former archbishop who is always talking and always smiling called South Africa’s people the Rainbow Nation. That was because of the country's wonderfully diverse, colorful, and utterly unique society. Furthermore, South Africa’s National Motto is "Unity in Diversity". I know about an explorer that drew in his car down through the African continent from the Strait of Gibraltar  to South Africa. He told that everywhere kids were playing soccer.To accommodate all the soccer playing children the soccer field is a double field. Double Soccer is the name of the game.There are 4 goals. Two balls in different colors.I have established a Facebook group to form the exact rules. “Help making the Double Soccer rules: As a point of departure I have mentioned a few keywords to the Facebook group members: Fun, fast, exhausting, tactics, strategy, chess, exciting to look at, appealing to electronic medias. The imaginative kids of Africa will probably some day amuse themselves by p[...]



World of Art Award winning Danish artist Asbjorn Lonvig's EXCLUSIVE selection of his phenomenal Paris motifs.

Mon, 19 Apr 2010 13:46:07 +0200

World of Art Award winning Danish artist Asbjorn Lonvig's EXCLUSIVE selection of his phenomenal Paris motifs. Asbjorn Lonvig has collected inspiration: By strolling up and down the streets of Paris. By drinking lots of cups of espresso at the all too welcoming Parisian cafes. By attending all the museums. By watching any French TV event possible - especially the Tour de France and the Le Mans. By Googling Paris with the new street facility, which means that you literally can walk in the streets of Paris as if you were there. Now Asbjorn Lonvig's own words: Recently I was working on a motif of the Old Town Clock in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Of course I would very much like to go there - that was the only option in ancient times (ancient times in internet terminology is one month ago). By using the street facility of Google I went for a walk in Halifax, around the Old Town Clock! - I got all the inspiration I needed. By clicking on a motif my great partners in Palo Alto (Zazzle.com) will help you. You will see a much more comprehensive description. You will see art prints in different sizes from small (16" x 11") to large (78" x 52"). My Palo Alto friends even can print the motifs for you, print it and send it to you. I work with several art print on demand partners but the Palo Alto people are the best. You probably need a little more from my CV. In 2010 the art publisher World of Art in London, UK publishes the art book "Creative GENIUS". 100 Contemporary artists are selected from all over the world. Believe it or not, one of them is ME!!!. [...]



Art’s vital importance in communicating corporate values

Sat, 16 Jan 2010 14:41:49 +0100

It is the 12th time.The 12th time that I made a motif for a award winning company.The award is the Danish Industry Initiative Award 2009.The company is the Fittings Specialist in Fredericia, Denmark.It was a couple of months ago.As always I initiate the job by talking to the CEO. His name is Finn Roy, and he thoroughly informed me about products, organisation, etc.We managed to drink three cups of coffee.The chemistry between us was right.Now you must see the robot, Finn Roy said.The robot???First I thought of Gyro Gearloose' Little Helper in the Disney Comic series Donald Duck by Disney and then of Lego Robots by Lego in Denmark.I recently heard about robots that could create 3D prints - but these have just been invented and they are not yet tested properly.Then there are CNC robots that I have seen in different companies. But. It was none of the above. I was without a clue.In plain English the robot collects items from stock for delivery.Technically speaking the robot was a LOGIA WMS - an internal logistics- and warehouse management robot, which was integrated in Concorde C5 - the administrative computer system.You might wonder that The Fittings Specialist can handle 35.000 items.The robot is the secret.It collects fittings from 88.000 boxes on two rows of shelves in a height of 7 meters (23 feet).The robot rushes along among the 88.000 boxes - up and down, back and forth- all day with 25 miles per hour.Without sweating.The robot is computerized and it optimizes itself all the time. Among other things it places items with a high frequency together.It doesn't use its full capacity - it runs at nearly only half power (60%). The Fittings Specialist is increasing the number of item numbers due to world wide expansion. The motif, which was granted to The Fittings Specialist - winner of Danish Industry's InitiativeAwardCompetition. To the left tubes with fittings. In the middle the fairy tale about Robert Robot and to the right Robert Robot himself. Robert Robot is constructed from fittings in the Fittings Specialist's catalog.Through my talks with the CEO, by attending the presentation and listening to Finn Roy, John Damkjær, chairman of Danish Industry Region and Uffe Steiner, the mayor of Fredericia and not least by talking to the staff and guests, I had sure a feeling, that this was something special. Why - I know a lot of companies - why is this particular company something special. I wondered. And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.And I wondered.Oh!!!!I see!!!!They use - consciously or unconsciously - a very special set of corporate values.I'll use ART to make this fact visible to the staff, to management, to customers, to suppliers, to the surrounding organizations, to the surrounding society, to......I constructed 6 keywords that matched the special set of corporate values.Here are the keywords: Interplay/Decency - Interplay among colleagues, customers, suppliers and others - in a decent way...Meticulosity - Means care, precision, solicitude, be careful. Quality at all levels...Respecting Rech[...]



Reading out loud my fairy tales - signing "9 Bernhards" posters - showing www.LONVIG-by-MINYMO.com

Mon, 8 Sep 2008 14:47:24 +0200

New kids' clothing brand LONVIG by MINYMO - Autumn 2008 Collection In Aarhus, Denmark at Café Slabberas on 6 September 2008. Today my destination was Aarhus. At Café Slabberas, 26 Frederiksgade in Aarhus at 10 a.m. It was early in the morning. I was preparing myself for the event. My wife rushed into the gallery where I was - she had heard some "voices". Calm down, calm down - it is nothing but me practicing - reading out loud the fairy tale "Lucca and Sam in the Zoo...". After a couple of rehearsals I was confident.   At Café Slabberas I was welcomed by beautiful ladies. A computer with fast internet was ready. Everything was ready. Depending on what happened, I had 3 possibilities. Reading out loud, signing the mini poster "9 Bernhards" and showing www.LONVIG-by-MINYMO.com on the internet. Signing of mini poster "9 Bernhards" was a hit. This was what I spent most of the time doing this 6 September 2008 in Aarhus. I contacted the parents, wrote the name of their child down at the left and signed down to the right. This was the perfect way to enter a conversation, and when I told that the new kids' clothing brand LONVIG by MINYMO was based on my fairy tales and fairy tale character - a very positive contact was established. And I probably talked, and talked, and talked... For a start the computer was used - but it was not necessary to pass the message. I talked to a Chinese, I talked to a German, I talked to one from Greenland and one from my home city Hedensted. I talked to one from Frederikshavn and a lot from Aarhus. Among the people from Aarhus there was one from a kindergarten. I asked all of them to take a closer look at the wonderful kids' clothing in the LONVIG by MINYMO line. I asked them to go home and read out loud my fairy tales on the web site. I asked them to take a closer look at the web site with its book shop, shoe shop, poster shops, clock shop, fairy tale theatre, jigsaw puzzle games etc. For a star I talked to people entering the second floor. Later I went down into the outdoor Café Slabberas to ensure that all visitors got a poster for their children.   I talked to a granddad - he was an IT nerd - I showed the fairy tale theatre to him. This granddad had 3 grand kids and there is no doubt that he soon has built fairy tale theatres for them. A young lady, she was called Karin, she owned a poster store at Sct. Clemens Torv not far away. She loved Bernhard. I have sent an e-mail to her and we will see what happens. Only one "9 Bernhards" mini poster was left at closing time. At 4 p.m. The last poster was dedicated Tristan and his parents. But they did not show up. I'll see to that Tristan gets his poster. I had talked to people since 10 a.m. - interrupted only by a wonderful brunch, which Café Slabberas served. And then an unknown number of espressos and café americanos during the day. I was tired but very happy, that my message was passed so very easily. When you do such things - and especially if you are a little aggressive - you might have a negative response from some. Not one responded negatively - everybody was happy and thanked me for doing it...   Super! Sincerely, Asbjorn Lonvig Lille Fejringhus 43 Fejringhusvej 8722 Hedensted Denmark +45 7589 0477 lonvig@mail.dk And now I am very excited to hear the response from the 58 image projector show with Beatles music on church organ which started on 29 August 2008. It has been shown every night at 9 p.m. during the Aarhus Festival. The Aarhus Festival ends 7 September 2008.    Click on icons above to download in high resolution. [...]



100 % organic kids' fairy tale inspired clothing now in the stores in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Germany...

Thu, 4 Sep 2008 11:15:01 +0200

  New organic kids' clothing brand LONVIG by MINYMO, based on Danish fairy tale writer and illustrator Asbjorn Lonvig's fairy tales and fairy tale characters, is now in stores and internet stores. Size 74 to 110. The autumn 2008 line introduces the fairy tale character Bernhard, a whimsical monkey.   See more about it on  www.LONVIG-by-MINYMO.com. Among other things you can read and download the fairy tales. See where you can buy the kids' clothing - in stores or internet stores -  click here. If you are a store, an internet store or an agent please contact LONVIG by MINYMO (Export Manager Jesper Maansson's e-mail address) for authorization to sell the brand. Below you can see photos of wonderful kids in the amazing kids' clothing:                                [...]



Order Posters and Fine Art Prints by Asbjorn Lonvig - print on demand

Fri, 5 Oct 2007 21:47:46 +0200

You can order print on demand* directly
- in Seattle at
Imagekind.com
- in
Palo Alto at Zazzle.com (including T-shirts, ties, mugs, caps etc.)
- in
Salt Lake City at ArtWanted.com
- in
San Francisco at ArtistRising.com
- in New York City at FineArtAmerica.com (Asbjorn Lonvig)
- in New York City at FineArtAmerica.com (Lille Fejringhus Gallery)
- in Paris, France at Poosteers.com

*) Print on demand means:
You find the motif you want to buy on the internet,
you order it and you pay it with your creditcard,
the print in printed for you,
the print is sent to your address directly.




Hej danskere - ny hjemmeside om Asbjørn Lønvig på DANSK.

Tue, 2 Oct 2007 19:43:23 +0200

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Jeg har lige udgivet en ny hjemmeside på dansk.

Den er på http://www.asbjorn-lonvig.dk/ hos Skandiaweb.
Det er en god dag at gøre det på, nemlig den første tirsdag i oktober.
Folketinget er lige åbnet og Christian Mejdahl er nyvalgt til formand for Folketinget.
Det er svært at finde en mere dansk mand.
Han bruger det jyske fra talerstolen.
Det er ikke et billigt PR stunt, det er ikke fordi, han ikke kan rigsdansk, det er sådan han er.



To art galleries: Art Gallery Support now with Motifs to Children...

Thu, 22 Feb 2007 22:19:55 +0100

Art Gallery SupportNow Motifs to Children have been added.Art Gallery Support is a new tool based on new technologies brought to art galleries from a unique triumvirate: ImageKind.com, Seattle - Zazzle.com, San Jose - Asbjorn Lonvig Art Gallery Support supports art galleries with facilities that makes it easy to order ready to resell Asbjorn Lonvig motifs. Art Gallery Support makes a large range of merchandise products to each motif available to art galleries.Art galleries can customize these merchandise products with their name, exhibition information etc.Among the merchandise products is an easy to customize poster.Additional merchandise products are easily made available upon request.An easy to customize brochure in a Word Document can be downloaded.Supported are the best and most popular Asbjorn Lonvig motifs. General motifs AND motifs to children.Here are the general motifs:    See www.lonvig.dk/art-gallery-support.htm for further information on general motifs.AND.Here are the motifs to children: See www.lonvig.dk/art-gallery-support-motifs-to-children.htmfor further information on motifs to children. Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig"Lille Fejringhus"43 Fejringhusvej8722 HedenstedDenmark [...]



To art galleries worldwide: Order and resell World of Art Award Winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig's art works...

Mon, 19 Feb 2007 11:55:12 +0100

Art Gallery SupportA new tool based on new technologies brought to art galleries from a unique triumvirate: ImageKind.com, Seattle - Zazzle.com, San Jose - Asbjorn Lonvig Art Gallery Support supports art galleries with facilities that makes it easy to order ready to resell Asbjorn Lonvig motifs. Art Gallery Support makes a large range of merchandise products to each motif available to art galleries.Art galleries can customize these merchandise products with their name, exhibition information etc.Among the merchandise products is an easy to customize poster.Additional merchandise products are easily made available upon request.An easy to customize brochure in a Word Document can be downloaded.Below are the best and most popular Asbjorn Lonvig motifs, which are supportedby Art Gallery Support.     See www.lonvig.dk/art-gallery-support.htm for further information.Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig"Lille Fejringhus"43 Fejringhusvej8722 HedenstedDenmark [...]



Have a nice cup of Coffee: Buy Mugs with Asbjorn Lonvig Surround Art Motifs...

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 15:27:51 +0100

Buy Mugs with Asbjorn Lonvig Surround Art Motifs.Buy the Mugs at Zazzle.com in San Jose, CA. There are more than 100 different Mugs. Below I have selected a few - click on a Mug.    Have a nice day.Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig artist, designer etc.http://www.lonvig.dk/http://www.lonvig.biz/ [...]



To computer enthusiasts in Kathmandu and elsewhere: Buy Mouse Pads with Asbjorn Lonvig Art Motifs...

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 15:25:48 +0100

Buy Mouse Pads with Asbjorn Lonvig motifs.Buy the Mouse Pads at Zazzle.com in San Jose, CA. There are more than 100 different Mouse Pads. Below I have selected a few - click on a Mouse Pad.Have a nice day.Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig artist, designer etc.http://www.lonvig.dk/http://www.lonvig.dk/http://www.lonvig.biz/   [...]



To kids in Shanghai and Spain and...: Buy a fairy tale hat....or just a hat.

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 15:24:57 +0100

Buy Fairy Tale motifs printed on hats. Motifs from my Fairy Tales.Buy the hats at Zazzle.com in San Jose, CA - you can order more than 100 different hats. Below I have selected a few - click on a hat.Have a nice day.Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig artist, designer etc.http://www.lonvig.dk/http://www.lonvig.dk/http://www.lonvig.biz/   [...]



To women and children only: Buy printed Asbjorn Lonvig motifs on shirts...

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 15:24:08 +0100

Buy Asbjorn Lonvig motifs printed on shirts.
You buy the shirts from Zazzle.com/lonvig* you can order more than 100 different motifs. 
Below I have selected a few on which you can click and order directly.

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Click on a motif!

You will find all my MERCHANDISE products on my web site or on Art Portals.
If you or your child want other of my motifs on shirts - just send me an e-mail.

Have a nice day.

Sincerely,
Asbjorn Lonvig
artist, designer etc.
http://www.lonvig.dk/
http://www.lonvig.dk/
http://www.lonvig.biz/

Zazzle.com is working with on-demand manufacturing
and they handle exhibiting my MERCHANDISE products, ordering, payment and delivery on your address...
 




To US citizens only: Buy US Postal stamps with Asbjorn Lonvig Art Motifs....

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 15:23:17 +0100

Buy Asbjorn Lonvig motifs on US Postal stamps that can be sent through standard U.S. Mail. You buy the stamps from Zazzle.com/lonvig* - you can order more than 100 different motifs. Below I have selected a few on which you can click and order in sheets of 20 directly. Click on a motif!You will find all my MERCHANDISE products on my web site or on Art Portals. Find the Art Portals in English on lonvig.dk/portal-en.htm. Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig artist, designer etc.www.lonvig.dkwww.lonvig.dkwww.lonvig.biz Zazzle.com is an approved licenced vendor of United States Postal Service costomized PC postage   [...]



Ties, mugs, T-shirts, caps, mouse pads, stamps, posters, cards....

Mon, 12 Feb 2007 15:21:57 +0100

The first phase of my Art Portal project was based on on-demand print. This next phase is based on on-demand manufacturing. It means that the mayor, the priest and ordinary people can do their own personal designsin ties, mugs, T-shirts, caps, mouse pads, stamps, posters, postcards...I have prepared MERCHANDISE products based on my own art works. 70 MERCHANDISE products for New Hedensted , 55 MERCHANDISE products for Aarhus City, 18 MERCHANDISE products for Guggenheim Museum, 7 MERCHANDISE products for Shanghai Chambers of Commerce etc. So far I have done 1200 MERCHANDISE products. I found the software I needed in Silicon Valley - where else. The customer must be able to customize my MERCHANDISE products.The mayor must be able to decide himself where my motif is placed on his tie.Click on a motif above!You will find the MERCHANDISE products on my web site or on Art Portals. Find the Art Portals in English on lonvig.dk/portal-en.htm. Customizing takes place in San Jose (Silicon Valley). My friends in Silicon Valley are zazzle.com and my new name is zazzle.com/lonvig*.My project is maybe very ambitious. I have difficulties explaining what it is all about. I wrote an article in WWAR Art News the other day. As I got not much response I thought: Shit!!! Shit, now I was again not able to explain. And I became so sad - so sad.But. Yesterday a reader of my article wrote to me from New York: You are a genius. Today the world renowned Iconograpfer Ilina Filipova from Malta expressed her enthusiasm about my ideas.And she even has used them on her web site.Another artist from Phoenix, Arizona intend to use my ideas in teaching illustration and advertising...........Sincerely,Asbjorn Lonvig artist, designer etc.www.lonvig.dkwww.lonvig.dkwww.lonvig.biz [...]



My User Portal Concept...

Mon, 11 Dec 2006 10:47:44 +0100

A user portal is a portal for one specific user,a country, a city, a municipality, a museum, a company etc.It shows and it has links to those art works that might be relevant to that specific user.The User Portal logo is the arch of Septimus Severus in Forum Romanum, Rome.Why User Portals?The short and simple answer is to serve my customers better and to seve customers that are not familiar with computers, with internet etc.I'll show you a User Portal.I am building the Aarhus City Portal right now.Aarhus City is the second largest city in Denmark.Aarhus City has 225.000 inhabitants.So, this user portal intends to serve 225.000 users.The first thing to do is to create motifs that describe Aarhus City.I went to Aarhus and found buildings and landmarks of Aarhus, that I could use.The new museum, the city hall tower, the queen's summer residence, the Theater, a house in the Old Town, the cathedral and finally the old cathedral office in St. Clemen's Courtyard.Today I finished these motifs:I load large files of all the images to print on demand contracting parties in Salt Lake City, Seattle, and San Francisco Bay Area. The images are approved at once in Salt Lake City and Seattle. In San Francisco the images might wait for approval.First of all I use a User Portal logo.The logo is of course a portal. In a matter of fact it is a very specific portal. It is the Arch of Septimus Severus, which was erected in the Roman Forum in A.D. 203 by the Roman Emperor Septimus Severus.You can't study Roman history without visiting the Roman Forum once.You can't visit the Roman Forum without passing through the Arch of Septimus Severus.In this logo a BETA will shown in the big arch. That is because the 40 different User Portals, that have been launched so far are being tested.The Aarhus City Portal is marked with a BETA, too.See the Aarhus City Portal.The motifs are presented. Here 7 motifs. You might see an enlargement by clicking on an image.Then there are 3 sections. 1, 2 and 3.1. The user must have some free titbit. So I give him the possibility to download three Word documents of each motif. Word documents that can be printed on the user's own printer.I have to be aware of different formats in European and American standards. The European standard is A format and the American standard it is Letter format. The Aarhus City Portal probably will only be used by Europeans - therefore the A format is offered.2. Here I guide the user to order print at print on demand contracting parties. One in Salt Lake City, one in Seattle and one in San Francisco Bay area.By guiding to 3 print on demand contracting parties the users are offered a variety of sizes, prices, qualities and surfaces.At the same time I keep track of what happens in this market.The prices are kept low - the user only pays the base print price and internet costs. The user can order prints in sizes from 3.5 x 5” to 40 x 60” on paper and canvas – and some other funny surfaces like T-shirts, mugs, tote bags etc. etc. The print contracting party handles ordering and payment. The printing of course and the prints are sent directly to the user.If the user wants to see some of the my other 750 images for print there is a link to the main pages in Salt Lake City, Seattle, and San Francisco Bay Area.3. If the user wants something special. A painting. Limited edition prints. Signed prints. A huge print on canvas larger than 40 x 60" - no problem, he just has to contact me.A brochure is available to each User Portal.The brochure [...]



At Saatchi Gallery in London...

Sat, 24 Jun 2006 08:33:31 +0200

A new Art Exhibition of these 8 art works has been opened on 22 June 2006 at Saatchi Gallery in London. In 2007 Saatchi opens a brand new gallery in The Duke of York's HQ building, Kings Road, Chelsea, London, UK.   Sincerely, Asbjorn Lonvig  [...]



New Exhibition of Asbjorn Lonvig art works at TheFineArtOriginal.com in Tonawanda, New York

Mon, 5 Jun 2006 10:17:23 +0200


Available as acrylic on canvas - serigraph on canvas edition 100 - poster.
Colorful Simplicity motifs, colorful simplicity text and fairy tale posters:

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Exhibition of 79 Asbjorn Lonvig art works at the online gallery TheFineArtOriginal.com in the Niagara Area, New York, United States. To be precise it is in Tonawanda. 1 Raintree Island, Tonawanda, NY 14150. Posters are ordered at ArtWanted.com.

See the Exhibition.





Huge sculptures in spectacular places - How?

Mon, 3 Apr 2006 12:51:56 +0200

My way of erecting huge metal sculptures in spectacular places. Do you have a specacular place that need a huge sculpture???



Even the Florence Biennale goes Online.

Wed, 22 Mar 2006 07:59:09 +0200

I wrote in my manifesto: It's about the fact that the art market is predicted to grow 3,5 times because of the Internet.It's about my decision to stake everything on the internet.It's about concentrating my efforts on the internet when it comes to sales.It's about my decision to make new standards and challenge art traditions by making my drafts on a computer and exhibit the drafts.And insist upon that a computer is nothing but a new tool.And insist upon that using a computer is as worthy as not doing it!!!Worthier????   In an article on 1 January 2006 I wrote:In 2006 condescension will be replaced by acceptance???   I was granted the World of Art Award (WAA). It is granted to artists, galleries and museums that are pursuing "best practices" in art and culture. This competition seeks to attract artists, galleries, museums who are redefining standards of art excellence challenging existing trends and tendencies in art and culture.   And today - 21 March 2006 - I was asked to join the Florence Biennale Online. Today I have joined Florence Biennale Contemporary Artists' new web site www.worldfineartists.com Has condescension been replaced by acceptance???    Sincerely, Asbjorn Lonvig, artist etc. Lille Fejringhus 8722 Hedensted Denmark www.lonvig.dk art, design etc. www.lonvig.org writings, lecturing etc. [...]



Picasso's "Dora Maar Seated" might be yours!!!

Mon, 13 Mar 2006 19:50:52 +0200

In the near future Picasso's "Dora Maar Seated" will be sold. Many expect that the price will exceed US$ 50,000,000. If you do not have this kind of money for a painting right now you might buy it from my selection of Picasso posters.See below for other selections of posters.I have made a selection of 50 Asbjorn Lonvig Posters and fine art prints: Quality prints - printed on demand in Salt Lake City by ArtWanted. Quality prints with printed passepartout - printed on demand in Salt Lake City by ArtWanted. Quality prints - Children posters - printed on demand in New York by Art.com. Huge fine art prints - printed on demand in San Antonio by FinerWorks. I have made a selection of 1000 Great Master Posters and fine art prints: Michelangelo Da Vinci Rembrandt Vermeer Van Gogh Picasso Braque Matisse Cezanne Monet Degas Pissarro Manet Sisley Seurat Gauguin Toulouse-Lautrec Chagall Dali Miró Kandinsky Magritte Roesller Renoir Liechtenstein Johns Warhol Christo Cassandre Cappiello Saak Nagel Dulap Silot Norris Disney I have made a selection of 50 Original Disney Text Posters: Disney I have made a selection of 25 Architectural Posters: Antonio Gaudi, Hundertwasser, Frank Lloyd Wright and Frank Gehry I have made a selection of 50 Photo Posters - New York, Venice, Canada, Wales, Scotland... New Yorkled and Sue Kennedy   Have a nice day!!!   Sincerely, Asbjorn Lonvig [...]



Asbjorn Lonvig has selected 250+ Walt Disney posters for you and your kids...

Sun, 12 Mar 2006 12:11:12 +0200


(image) I have selected 250+ Walt Disney posters for you and your kids...
You can click through and buy and pay them at Art.com in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Or just enjoy the Fairy Tale Characters.
Or see the magnificent Original Text Posters.


Sincerely,

Asbjorn Lonvig







Two genuine Rembrandt paintings found in Copenhagen...

Mon, 27 Feb 2006 09:18:10 +0200

2 paintings are sensationally reattributed to Rembrandt. After three years of studies conducted in close co-operation with international experts, The National Gallery (Statens Museum for Kunst) is in a position to conclude that in addition to a rich collection of prints and drawings by Rembrandt, the museum also owns two genuine paintings by the master himself.




Permission granted...

Mon, 20 Feb 2006 09:20:48 +0200

You have my permission in advance to use these 50+ motifs on your own website.
Just copy and paste the exact HTML into your page.
Go to the menu - and then click on a motif name and see the HTML.






Asbjorn Lonvig Wins Award for the Best in Art & Creativity, 2006

Sat, 11 Feb 2006 18:45:15 +0200

Danish artist Asbjorn Lonvig has been selected to receive 2006 The World of Art Award for the Best in Art & Creativity. The World of Art Award (WAA) is granted to artists, galleries and museums that are pursuing 'best practices' in art and culture.......



New Article: Search Engine Strategies for Success: 2006

Fri, 3 Feb 2006 10:38:50 +0200

by John Wooton Author and Creator, The SEO Journal Blog and Asbjorn Lonvig.  Readers of my latest Art News Artblog have asked me to write about how I got a relatively good presence on the internet. Yesterday's statistics: 150,000 hits on Google.com and 100,000 hits on Yahoo.com on the search term "lonvig" and 64,708 hits and 1,176,552,123 bytes transferred per day on my web site www.lonvig.dk.   John Wooton: As you know, every year is always rocked by a plethora of changes in the search engine marketing world. The acquisition of smaller companies by the Big 3 changes the marketing landscape as we know it every month and with every update to the index that is made, we hold our breath and hope that we come out better (if not, the same) in the end. So when it comes to the new year, there are many things that we should look out for to stay on top of the rankings. 1. Quality Content: I say this so often and I cannot overemphasize this enough: Content is KING! Search engine spiders, crawl the net to find what? Content! Your site has information (hopefully) that you want the spiders to see and include in their index. By the creation and publication of quality content, you give the search engines more reason to return. You are feeding them what they want. In 2006, you should be finding creative ways to get your content noticed and viewed as well as finding creative ways to publish fresh content on a regular basis. A very good way this is done is through the use of message boards (hosted on your site) and by blogs (enabling you to publish more frequently). Asbjorn Lonvig: Tell a story. Every time I enter something on the internet, on my own website or another web site like an online gallery I tell a story. Like what Jose Dali said about my fairy tale character Crab-Mac-Claw or Alice Garibaldi's view of my computer drafts of sculptures in Rome. For search engine optimization and submission to selected search engines I use the software IBP Internet Business Promoter by Axandra, Germany. For check of meta tags I use the free Meta Tag Analyzer from Submitexpress.com. This is to ensure 100 % title relevancy to page content, 100 % description relevancy to page content and 100 % keyword relevancy to page content.     Don't focus on your web main page (index page) - focus on every page, only 1.56 % of my visitors enter through the web main page. __________________   John Wooton: 2. Don't Overextend Your Link Exchange Structure: Backlinks were a popular way to increase your rankings fast in the search engines. The tradition holds: find a PR7 website and trade backlinks and you'll be indexed in Google within 24 hours. That strategy still holds true and is beneficial for new web sites. But in my opinion the days of tremendous link swapping are coming to an end. Many website have been founded with the purpose of allowing you to exchange links with other web sites. This has caused a massive influx of web masters who want to exchange a ton of links with the hope that it will help them in the search engines. But what really matters when it comes to links is the amount of quality one way backlinks that direct users to your websi[...]



The World of Art Award granted to Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark for best practice in art and culture...

Thu, 26 Jan 2006 23:28:35 +0200

Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark has been granted The World of Art Award.
The World of Art Award (WAA) is granted to artists, galleries and museums that are pursuing "best practices" in art and culture.
This competition seeks to attract artists, galleries, museums who are redefining standards of art excellence challenging existing trends and tendencies in art and culture.






2006 - a happy new year...

Mon, 2 Jan 2006 10:36:16 +0200

Good morning - it's 1 January 2006. Yesterday I performed all traditional Danish rituals in order to enter 2006 in a happy way. In order to make 2006 a Happy New Year. A splendid seafood dinner, serpentines, table bombs, funny hats, lots of rockets etc. Except one traditional Danish ritual. I was not drunk. No beer. No vine. No drinks. No champagne. Lots of mineral water. My entrance to 2006 was vertical. Not horizontal as it often was. I have no hangovers. I have cleaned up my domestic domaine and I am ready to write.I have decided that 2006 is a happy new year... A wise man - a philosopher from Copenhagen - said at the end of 2005: Don't put your life into an account. Live your life now - passionately. Don't commit yourself to any New Year Resolutions. Don't exercise. Don't loose weight. Don't quit smoking. Don't... Don't put your life into an account. Live your life now - passionately. The wise man of course said this with a smile. But I sure see his point.Here is how I'll try to live my artist life - now - passionately:- Weekly domestic art initiatives.- The World Wide Days project.- The revival of the poster project.- The Auctions project. - Monthly interactive lecture in Lille Fejringhus Gallery.- Monthly article to online and printed Art Magazines.- Fairy Tales. - The book Museums of the world.- Education, education and education. Weekly domestic art initiatives.Is about continuously being in touch with the domestic market.By personally presenting new art works to potential buyers. It's about earning a living. World Wide Days.Is about continue building a network of online galleries worldwide. It's about optimizing existing exhibitions. It's about adding new art works to the exhibitions. It's about monitoring new exhibition possibilities. Revival of the poster.It's about marketing the print on demand of my art works. Print on demand ordered online at my print partners in Salt Lake City, UT and Raleigh, NC. Print on demand - prints on paper or canvas - ordered at Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratory. Auctions.Is about auctioning art works on ebay.com, kunstverket.se and other auctions. It's about maintaining skills about how to do it. It's about optimising use of online auctions. Monthly interactive lecture in Lille Fejringhus Gallery.Is about deciding myself where and when to do interactive lectures. Lille Fejringhus Gallery is the perfect place. An interactive lecture is mentally exhausting, so only once a month would be nice. Monthly article to online and printed Art Magazines.Is about being on the move, about telling the stories, that an artist must tell. It is about a kind of relaxation. A visual artist relaxes when he expresses himself literally. Fairy Tales.Inuit Circumpolar Area culture and especially Greenlandish culture are the inspiration to a series of new fairy tales in children's books. The Laura-project it is called. I'll visit Greenland in 2006. The fairy tale series the Lucca-project has been translated from English into Dansih, German, French, Italian, Japanese and Chinese. In 2006 a bilingual edition in English and Persian (Arabic) will be pub[...]



All Asbjorn Lonvig art works now available for print on canvas...

Thu, 15 Dec 2005 11:10:39 +0200

Any of the motifs is available as numbered and signed print in quality colors on canvas...
Example:
201 x 139 cm (79.2 x 54.8 inches)
Edition 100
US$ 2350



New Article: Revival of the art poster...by Asbjorn Lonvig

Fri, 2 Dec 2005 07:22:54 +0200

Thoughts:
If you use the Danish definition of poster, which is any kind of reproduction of art works, you sure can announce that computers and the internet have caused a "Revival of the Art Poster..." in the sense that they have made print on demand posters a major tool in future distribution of reproductions of art works world wide.



Order Asbjorn Lonvig posters online...

Sat, 26 Nov 2005 16:08:53 +0200

Order and pay Asbjorn Lonvig posters online "Revival of the poster..." . . Click on an image above to order and pay online Posters - Straight forward Print on Demand Quality Prints are ordered and paid at our print partner in Salt Lake City, ArtWanted.com.Straight forward means without any intervention of the Laboratory team. Prints sizes from 8.89 x 12.7 cm (3.5 x 5 inches) to 76.2 x 101.6 cm - 30 x 40 inches. Prints in three different finishes (glossy, matte lusterre). The prints are sent to your address directly from Salt Lake City. If your need is more advanced than a Poster - Straight forward Print on Demand Quality Print go to Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratorywe might help you... [...]



Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratory

Sun, 20 Nov 2005 22:12:18 +0200

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Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratory
The Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratory can produce prints in any size, with any surface, in any color scheme of any Asbjorn Lonvig art work.
See more about
Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratory. Contact Asbjorn Lonvig Digital Art Laboratory.
Sample: 139 x 201 cm, signed print on canvas.

See straight forward print on demand ordered and paied online at ArtWanted.com without intervention of the Laborarory team.



Bubbling Hat Fish had disappeared. He has finally been found on the Philippines.

Fri, 4 Nov 2005 11:08:22 +0200

(image) After a long, long swim we have found Bubbling Hat Fish.
He has been found at 1166 M. H. del Pilar, St. Ermita in Manila on the Philippines.
He is in good shape and has been reunioned with his fellow Fairy Tale Characters.


Click on him - or here.





New exhibition at art gallery ArtFreaks in Manila, Philippines

Thu, 3 Nov 2005 11:16:37 +0200

(image) 100+ art works exhibited from 1 November 2005 at ArtFreaks, 1166 M.H.del Pilar St. Ermita, Manila, Philippines 1000.
See the
exhibition.



New Article: "A whole playground of playhouses..."

Sun, 23 Oct 2005 11:24:24 +0200

Last time I wrote to you it was about a playhouse inspired by Gaudi. I asked why not build a Picasso playhouse? A Miro playhouse? A Matisse playhouse? Do you know the Austrian painter Hunderdwasser? A Hundredwasser playhouse would be great fun. And a Salvador Dali playhouse? Ed Baron from Baron Conservancy in Wonder Valley near desert oasis city of Twenty Nine Palms, a few miles east of Los Angeles wrote: "Can't you just see a whole playground of Playhouses? What a wonderful art project. It would certainly tie in with our purpose of preserving Art and Human Nature. Perhaps volunteers will agree to come erect them at the Baron Conservancy?" First I asked Ed Baron if he was serious? He answered: OF COURSE I AM SERIOUS. In order to describe this project to sponsors I have designed a number of new playhouses inspired by the great masters.Pablo Picasso I do love very many of Picasso's works. Once I visited New York I was at MOMA. In my photo album there is this amazing photo of one of my sons and the Picasso She Goat. The She Goat is a fairy tale character in the fairy tale "The Baby Carriage and the Sleep Sheep", too. A staircase up to the door and two windows. The playhouse you can see to the left. Leonardo da Vinci Everybody knows Leonardo da Vinci. Everybody knows da Vinci's masterpiece at le Louvre in Paris. I have been in Paris a couple of times, last time to see Biblioteque Forney, where they have a collection of my posters. But I have to visit Mona each time. This time you were allowed to photo her. As I returned home I made the Colorful Mona Collection. You can have Mona in a canvas, in a paper cut-out and now in a playhouse version. The height is supposed to be 15 feet. Andy Warhol I have seen Andy Warhol's Campbell's Soup Cans here and there. At AROS Museum of modern art in Aarhus, Denmark I saw an original. The height is supposed to be 18 feet. Michelangelo I saw his renaissance fresco "Creation of Adam" (1508-1512), which is a part of the Sistine Chapel ceiling decoration in the Vatican Museums in Rome. In my opinion God's right hand and Adam's left hand are the essentials of the fres contexts. Now these two hands have become a playhouse design. The height is supposed to be 15 feet. Salvador Dali Since I saw Dali's soft watches for the first time I have been fascinated by them. He was crazy. Really crazy. I met his son in Rome, we exhibited at the same place, he was a nice, humorous fellow painting nice aqua color motifs from his home city Venice, Italy. "Like father like son" proved wrong. The soft watch became the roof of a playhouse. Height 9 feet. Christo Christo Javacheff and Jeanne-Claude de Guillebon are famous for wrapping buildings. Here a playhouse is wrapped in green and with a blue string. Height: 10 feet. Vincent van Gogh Playhouse inspired by Vincent's chair. Height: 21 feet. Joan Miró I sent all the above designs and a design of a Miró playhouse to Copy-Dan to cle[...]



The new selection inspired by Danish Flag/Country.

Sat, 24 Sep 2005 14:10:03 +0200

Denmark Acrylic on canvas or paper cut-out - see the details [...]



Denmark...............

Tue, 20 Sep 2005 17:44:53 +0200

Motifs inspired by Denmark

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11 new paintings
110 new paper cut-outs (collages)
See the Selection inspired by Denmark.
It's unusual - it's in DANISH and the prices are in DDK.



I think that this superb work can go as high as Euro 20000!

Sat, 17 Sep 2005 22:57:54 +0200

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"Shanghai Sunshine"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm (79.2 x 54.8 inches)


"I think that this superb work can go as high as Euro 20000!"
a guy said to me.
I'm testing this on
ebay.com


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"Italian Soul"
acrylic on canvas
201 x 139 cm (79.2 x 54.8 inches)


"Unique solution! This superb quality of work should be priced over Euro 10000!"
the same guy said to me.
I'm testing this on
ebay.com, too.




Frederic the Frog now printable in size 30 x 40 inches, that's about 60 x 120 cm.

Thu, 8 Sep 2005 10:21:23 +0200

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On my web site I offer free prints of many of my motifs. However if you really want quality print ArtWanted has the answer. I have supplied this motif with a large print file so that you can print a 30 x 40 inches picture.



See "Frederic the Frog" on ArtWanted.

Click on this button to see the
ArtWanted print program

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Christ now available as a 30 x 40 inches quality print.

Wed, 7 Sep 2005 23:27:32 +0200

(image) On my web site I offer free prints of many of my motifs. However if you really want quality print ArtWanted has the answer. I have supplied this motif with a large print file so that you can print a 30 x 40 inches picture.

If you do not have USD 10,175 for the painting - you might have USD 79.95 for a quality print in size 30 x 40 inches.
See "Faith in your heart - Jesus" on ArtWanted.

Click on this button to see the
ArtWanted print program

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A dream has come through.....print "Blue Sky" - the Guggenheim motif.

Wed, 7 Sep 2005 17:30:50 +0200

(image) On my web site I offer free prints of many of my motifs. However if you really want quality print ArtWanted has the answer. I have supplied this motif with a large print file so that you can print a 30 x 40 inches picture.

If you do not have USD 14,175 for the painting you might have USD 79.95 for a quality print in size 30 x 40 inches.
See "Blue Sky" on ArtWanted.

Click on this button to see the
ArtWanted print program

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My article about New Carlsberg Glyptotek now in Spanish

Fri, 2 Sep 2005 10:19:47 +0200

(image) (image) Art magazine Editorial Croquis in Buenos Aires has run my article about New Carlsberg Glyptotek in Spanish.
See the article "Nuevo Carlsberg Glyptotek".
To the right one of several Gaugin paintings and a photo from the wintergarden.




Asbjorn Lonvig exhibits in Paris - his 6th current exhibition in Paris.

Wed, 31 Aug 2005 22:12:31 +0200

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Asbjorn Lonvig exhibits in Paris - his 6th current exhibition in Paris.


And he has taken the liberty to draw Mona. And give her some new colors.
He hopes da Vincy will not be too upset. The new exhibition is at ARTABUS Art Gallery, 75 Grande rue du 8 Mai 1945, 91430 VAUHALLAN, Paris, France.





New article "Matisse and Louisiana..." by Danish writer Asbjorn Lonvig

Mon, 29 Aug 2005 14:42:40 +0200

La Gerbe, 1953 The Spray UCLA Collection, Hammer Museum. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney F. Brody © Succession H. Matisse / CopyDan, 2005 Press photo from http://press.louisiana.dk/ See the article in WWAR Art News, Columbus Ohio. About this famous artist in the wonderful Art Museum called Louisiana. It is in Denmark, Scandinavia. You know of course Louisiana in the United States, but you probably don't know this Louisiana, a Museum of Modern Art. "But the photos might give you a hint of what my friend in Chicago meant". [...]



Welcome to Salt Lake City....

Thu, 25 Aug 2005 17:53:03 +0200

Welcome to United StatesWelcome to UtahWelcome to Salt Lake CityWelcome to Bountiful, 90 West 500 South #406Welcome to art gallery ArtWanted.comWelcome to the Grand Opening of "Asbjorn Lonvig in Salt Lake City" today 25 August 2005 Sincerely, Asbjorn Lonvig Visit ArtWanted.com! [...]



New exhibition in Long Beach, Los Angeles.

Tue, 23 Aug 2005 14:14:32 +0200

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New exhibition of Portfolio,
Colorful Simplicity paintings,
Fairy tale characters and
Storytelling characters
at the portfolio company www.foliosnap.com.

See the exhibition
there.



Probably the best colorful simplicity artist in the world.

Mon, 22 Aug 2005 09:54:25 +0200

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SOFUS recommends:
See ebay
and other major auctions.






Painting "Everest" and more for sale at Konstauktion.se in Uppsala, Sweden

Fri, 19 Aug 2005 09:13:29 +0200

"Probably the best colorful simplicity artist in the world" "The art of the Danish painter Asbjorn Lonvig communicates at the first glance euphoria in a rough state. A so intense euphoria that the glance can not move away from the piece of his art", author Alain Joannes, Paris, France says in his new book "Communiquer par l’image". ARTIST: Asbjorn Lonvig (this is lonvig.dk - if you want to see about writings, lecturing etc. it's lonvig.org) TECHNIQUE: Totally unique style in simple shapes and bright colors. Acrylic on canvas. Size 201 x 139 cm. That's 79.2 x 54.8 inches. The displayed images are drafts. Edition 5. This is 1/5. BE AWARE: The motif is shown in 5 different color schemes. The price you bid is on ONE of them. What you buy is ONE of the 5 different color scemes. You buy ONE painting. MOTIF: Inspired by the highest mountain in the world, Mont Everest in Nepal. And the wish to climb it - soon! - Might it be like seeing a Henri Matisse exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art? Seeing the great Master's colorful simplicity paper cut-outs, and letters telling the stories behind. Letters telling me, that he worked from 1941 to 1954 in exactly the same way that I do. A radical renewal that made it possible for Matisse to create what he had always struggled for: “I have needed all that time to reach the stage where I can say what I want to say.” DELIVERY: Canvas shipped in a roll. Allow one month of delivery or as agreed. Motifs currently on auction....[...]



New auction on StrictlyArt.com

Sun, 14 Aug 2005 16:38:59 +0200

It's the motif "Everest" 2/5 in 6 different color schemes. Inspired by the highest mountain in the world, Mont Everest in Nepal. And the wish to climb it - soon! - Might it be like seeing a Henri Matisse exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art? Seeing the great Master's colorful simplicity paper cut-outs, and letters telling the stories behind. Letters telling me, that he worked from 1941 to 1954 in exactly the same way that I do. A radical renewal that made it possible for Matisse to create what he had always struggled for: “I have needed all that time to reach the stage where I can say what I want to say.”



New auction on Konstauktion.se

Sun, 14 Aug 2005 16:38:59 +0200

It's the motif "Everest" number 1/5 in 5 different color schemes. Inspired by the highest mountain in the world, Mont Everest in Nepal. And the wish to climb it - soon! - Might it be like seeing a Henri Matisse exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art? Seeing the great Master's colorful simplicity paper cut-outs, and letters telling the stories behind. Letters telling me, that he worked from 1941 to 1954 in exactly the same way that I do. A radical renewal that made it possible for Matisse to create what he had always struggled for: “I have needed all that time to reach the stage where I can say what I want to say.”



New auction on WeBidz.com

Sun, 14 Aug 2005 16:38:59 +0200

It's the motif "Everest" 4/5 in 4 different color schemes. Inspired by the highest mountain in the world, Mont Everest in Nepal. And the wish to climb it - soon! - Might it be like seeing a Henri Matisse exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art? Seeing the great Master's colorful simplicity paper cut-outs, and letters telling the stories behind. Letters telling me, that he worked from 1941 to 1954 in exactly the same way that I do. A radical renewal that made it possible for Matisse to create what he had always struggled for: “I have needed all that time to reach the stage where I can say what I want to say.”



New auction on ebay.com

Sun, 14 Aug 2005 16:38:59 +0200

It's the motif "Everest" 3/5 in 6 different color schemes. Inspired by the highest mountain in the world, Mont Everest in Nepal. And the wish to climb it - soon! - Might it be like seeing a Henri Matisse exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art? Seeing the great Master's colorful simplicity paper cut-outs, and letters telling the stories behind. Letters telling me, that he worked from 1941 to 1954 in exactly the same way that I do. A radical renewal that made it possible for Matisse to create what he had always struggled for: “I have needed all that time to reach the stage where I can say what I want to say.”



New article: "New Carlsberg Glyptotek...support the arts, but do it with caution...

Mon, 8 Aug 2005 12:42:08 +0200

New Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen is amazing.
It took my breath away.
Paul Gauguin, Paul Cézanne, Heni de Toulouse-Lautrec,
Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir...
Even a van Gogh.
Even a Pablo Picasso.

Every time you drink a Carlsberg bear you support the arts.
But support the arts with caution...



Just to remind you of the current Asbjorn Lonvig auction at ebay - "Grand Canyon Mist".

Sat, 6 Aug 2005 16:15:11 +0200

Hi Asbjorn!

Loved your Grand Canyon Mist painting featured in Absolute Arts!!! It is beautiful!! I will be the Artist in Residence for the Appalachian Mountain Club in New Hampshire next week. The area is very mountainous and the colors in the mist look just like your artwork! Hope all is well. My family and I are fine. I'm doing several works and wish there were more hours in the day. All the best from your New York Fan Club!

Ellen



New Asbjorn Lonvig auctions at eBay, StrictlyArt and Konstauktion.se

Thu, 4 Aug 2005 22:58:16 +0200

New Asbjorn Lonvig auctions at ebay.com in San Jose, CA, USA,
Webidz.com in Yakima, WA, USA
StrictlyArt in Roermond, Netherlands
and Konstauktion.se in Uppsala, Sweden.

New items will be added at Lauritz.com in Aarhus, Denmark in week number 32
See the my new auction logo and web page



"Grand Canyon Mist" featured on the world's largest gallery

Thu, 4 Aug 2005 08:09:52 +0200

President and Founder of World Wide Art Resources Markus Kruse has told me, that "Grand Canyon Mist" will be featured today.
It was featured yesterday on WWAR Art News.



Playhouse inspired by Antonio Gaudi, by LEGO, by...

Fri, 29 Jul 2005 20:39:15 +0200

This summer my family has been busy.
Not busy traveling around the world as usual.
No, busy building a playhouse to the children inspired by the Spanish artist and architect Antonio Gaudi.



New Asbjorn Lonvig exhibition at Creativity Net art gallery in Bristol, UK

Thu, 28 Jul 2005 19:45:03 +0200

Now there are four Asbjorn Lonvig representation in UK.
They are in
Cambridge,
Horncliffe, Northumberland,
Peppard, Henley,
and now Bristol.



Art Gallery Manhattan Arts, New York features Asbjorn Lonvig - with the painting "Canyon mist" on the front page.

Tue, 26 Jul 2005 21:06:47 +0200

In May this year Asbjorn Lonvig's art works were accepted at art gallery Manhattan Arts International, 200 East 72 St., New York.
This month, July 2005, he is featured with "Canyon mist" on the front page.



In Scandinavia for the first time. Fantastic exhibition.

Sun, 24 Jul 2005 20:04:03 +0200

Dag Nordling from Konstverket.se has made a very splendid exhibition of 12 of my art works.
I have exhibited at online galleries all over the world.
New York, Paris, Rome, Toronto, Tokyo, Buenos Aires etc.
However.
No doubt Konstverket.se in Uppsala, Sweden has a wonderful design and an exceptional support.



New art exhibition in Paris. Just now there are 5 Asbjorn Lonvig art exhibitions in Paris.

Wed, 13 Jul 2005 22:29:36 +0200

The fifth current Asbjorn Lonvig art exhibition in Paris is at Gallery Listoo ArtExpo, 2, rue Villaret de Joyeuse 75017 PARIS, France.



FOR SALE: Reproduction rights to fairy tale characters individually and/or publishing rights to all fairy tales.

Tue, 12 Jul 2005 21:47:43 +0200

Non exclusive reproduction rights per fairy tale character.
Non exclusive publishing rights for all fairy tales.



The article "Who is Aros - who is Bill..." now in Spanish - printout of the art magazine Croquis, Buenos Aires.

Mon, 4 Jul 2005 09:43:04 +0200

Editorial Croquis has printed the article "Who is Aros - who is Bill..." about the art museum Aros in Denmark and about Bill Violas exhibition at Aros.

By Asbjorn Lonvig



What to do?

Sat, 2 Jul 2005 23:26:39 +0200

My manifesto says:
I will exhibit psychically in my own gallery "Lille Fejringhus Gallery" and then at internet galleries.

I have been offered to exhibit physically at

Art-Domain Gallery
Villa Rosental
Liviastrasse 8
D-04105 Leipzig
at
Talents d'aujourd'hui - valeurs de demain
Paris
France
at
Gallerie Gora
279 Sherbrooke Ouest, espace 205
Montréal, Qc Canada H2X 1Y2
at
Agora Gallery
415 West Broadway
New York, NY 10012
at
ARTECLASICA 2006
Centro Costa Salguero
Buenos Aires
and at
Fifth International Biennial
of Contemporary Art, Florence
Fortezza da Basso
Firenze

For all the reasons, that my manifesto is based upon I have to decide not to accept these offers.
Even if it at the first glance looks extremely flattering and all that.
But.
I have to consider.



Now the 4 art magazines Colorful News, Gallery News and their Danish versions Farvede Nyheder and Galleri Nyt are in a TABLOID printed version.

Fri, 1 Jul 2005 22:34:33 +0200

In the corner of the front page or on www.lonvig.org you find the link to the TABLOID version, which is for FREE download and print. The magazines are about Asbjorn Lonvig's art initiatives and about exhibition activities in Lille Fejringhus Gallery and online galleries.



The first online gallery that hit the internet www.portfolios.com in Toronto, Canada. Asbjorn Lonvig joined Portfolios.com today by drafting a huge metallic sculpture to the City of Toronto.

Thu, 30 Jun 2005 08:52:14 +0200

I had a nice comment from Andrew Wielawski from Seravezza in Tuscany in th Province of Lucca, Italy on my article "Hi sculptor...I mean you".
I found his portfolio at www.portfolios.com and as I looked for one more Canadian gallery I registered and uploaded 20 images.
To celebrate this I have published "sailing T in Lake Ontario" a draft for a huge metallic sculpture for the City of Toronto. Stephen Downes, Toronto has authorized me a non-exclusive license to use the background photo or any other of his photos for any purpose.



New York takes the lead. Curator Kipton Cronkite from KiptonART in New York launches an epoch-making review procedure.

Wed, 29 Jun 2005 21:30:47 +0200

Artist friendly review procedure has been launched by curator and founder of KiptonART Kipton Cronkite.
Galleries usually accept an artist or do not.
KiptonART evaluates every single art work that an artist sends to the gallery. A few hours after an artist have sent an art work, KiptonART informs the artist if the artwork is accepted or rejected.
Congratulations KiptonART.
I had 20 art works rejected, damn it.
But never mind.
I had 22 accepted.

Sincerely,
Asbjorn Lonvig



Asbjorn Lonvig, artist from Denmark has debuted as correspondent for the art magazine Croquis, Buenos Aires.

Mon, 27 Jun 2005 09:22:26 +0200

The article "Who is Aros - who is bill" is on the front page of Croquis.
In Spanish.
See the front page on Croquis' web site.



The world's children become sculptors. See the article "Hi sculptor...I mean you!!!

Fri, 24 Jun 2005 09:24:58 +0200

Every single child in the world is encouraged to build a sculpture and send a digital photo of it to "Children's LEGO sculptures" - a brand new Art Gallery made for this purpose.
This project focuses on the magic psychological powers of the tiny LEGO brick to the benefit of the world's children.



The 2006 logo and poster motif for the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense. Hopefully THE HUGE SCANDAL will not damage the Festival Plays.

Tue, 14 Jun 2005 11:42:14 +0200

Huge Scandal has struck the Hans Christian Andersen 2005 celebrations. 2005 has until this day - 14 June 2005 - not been "a huge cultural year devoted to Andersen, both in Denmark and worldwide". Danes are fed up with 2005 and Hans Christian Andersen. No Danes are participating in the celebration activities. A huge scandal has struck the Hans Christian Andersen 2005 Foundation. The scandal has been front page news for several days recently. Due to a not profitable Grand Opening on the 2nd of April 2005, where it was found out that Tina Turner was hired as a last minute stand in for a substantial amount of money, about which the members of the board of the Hans Christian Andersen 2005 Foundation had no knowledge. The chairman of the Hans Christian Andersen 2005 Foundation, Mayor of Odense, Anker Boye, decided to resign on 30 May 2005. And. Secretary General Lars Seeberg has resigned as Secretary General after mutual agreement! There will be implemented a 5.8 million DKK cutback on projects. The cutbacks will affect about 20 projects. There will equally be implemented a 3.8 million DKK cutback on administration and marketing. What a nice start! We hope, however, for business as usual... We hope the scandal concerning the Hans Christian Andersen celebrations 2005 will not damage the traditional well known year to year Hans Christian Andersen activities. One of those are the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in the Village of Funen in Odense. Every year a group of children performs a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales. In 2006 the fairy tale is "The Swineherd". We hereby announce the logo and poster motif to this musical 2006. Made by Asbjorn Lonvig - as usual. "Completely Excellent", Chairman of the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays, Jorn Erik Schreiner said about the 2006 logo. See the Swineherd, two of his pigs. See the ladies-in-waiting behind the fence. A lady-in-waiting is checking all the fus[...]



Exhibition at gallery and artist's international community ArtZoom in Québec City, Quebec, Canada

Sun, 12 Jun 2005 08:47:40 +0200

This is a site in French in Quebec City. Since I first was in Quebec City I have wanted to maintain contact to this very European oriented city. A very French city. I lived at le Château Frontenac at the top of the city. Le Château Frontenac is not merely a hotel located in the heart of Old Québec - it is the heart of Old Québec. This hotel is special, it's famous. There are guided tours inside, which is not at all pleasant, when you are a guest.
The city was decorated by a beautiful poster about the summer festival.
I bought this poster and presented it to the Danish Poster Museum - where it is part of the collection today.

My exhibition consists of 21 paintings, biography, pressroom with critics and 14 of my articles in English. And in the French-speaking litterary corner there are 7 fairy tales. In the English-speaking litterary corner there are 7 fairy tales, an e-book, 2 storytellings etc.




TODAY: Asbjorn Lonvig appointed columnist at art magazine Editorial Croquis, Buenos Aires, Argentina by editor and director Martin Enrique Gil.

Mon, 6 Jun 2005 21:20:06 +0200

Croquis is a bimonthly printed art magazine for which you can buy a subscribtion. It is distributed free to publishers, galleries, museums, national and provincial municipal organs of government etc.
Croquis is a company oriented to the visual arts, diversifying their activity through the Publishing House, Galley activities, Events, Exhibitions and Production of Spectacles.
Editor and director Martin Enrique Gil has appointed Asbjorn Lonvig columnist, writing articles and notes about Danish and other art initiatives.



Artprice, France - the world leader in art information - opens Asbjorn Lonvig Store with 100 paintings.

Thu, 2 Jun 2005 12:31:24 +0200

Artprice.com, Saint-Romain au Mont d'Or in France is known as the world leader in art information.
New: Artprice.com has opened stores (in BETA) for galleries and artists.



New Article: "Exposure - a never ending visit to the dentist..."

Mon, 30 May 2005 10:33:12 +0200

Artist's dilemma.

I feel this artist's dilemma right now.
I feel this never ending visit to the dentist *.
I have to be in contact with "the real world" in order to expose my works.
Not myself.
And I want to get in touch with the society around me.
I have to give up some of my needs for living and working anonymously, in peace and in quietness.

So, no fancy excuses.
I have to advertise.
And be aware of what I do - and why I do it...



Appointed member of International Society of Artists and Designers. The ARTROM GALLERY GUILD in Rome, Italy.

Sun, 29 May 2005 09:36:55 +0200

The purpose of THE GUILD is:
- showcase and promote outstanding artists and designers through the strong online presence of ARTROM Gallery worldwide.
- to provide a support system for the advancement of those who demonstrate a passion and dedication for their chosen field of interest.
Appointed after review of art works and manifesto by David Genovesi director.



Manhattan Arts International exhibits Asbjorn Lonvig's work.

Sat, 21 May 2005 17:23:15 +0200

We are a network of Artrepreneurs dedicated to guiding and developing the careers of creative individuals through exhibitions, career services and publications.

We are dedicated to helping Artists pursue their passion.
- Renée Phillips, Director, and "The Artrepreneur Coach™"
Headquarters are at 200 East 72 St., New York.

Diane Leon is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts at New York University.
Diane Leon has been so kind to suggest an exclusive selection of my art works suitable for exhibition at Manhattan Arts International.
Diane Leon: "Your work is very powerful". "Your writings and work are very impressive".
Michael Jason, Manhattan Arts International: "Congratulations on your beautiful work. You have been accepted".



The children's book and coloring book "The cuttlefish Octo-Pus and the crab Crab-Mac-Claw" now in Japanese by fish S.HASEGAWA, artist, Tokyo.

Fri, 29 Apr 2005 23:31:04 +0200

fish S.HASEGAWA, artist, Tokyo, Japan said:
The stories for children bring a good future for children.

Sometime I'm thinking, in cooperation we are one artist,
despite nationality, race and style.
The world is very small, in cooperation we are one artist and can make a good future for people and Earth.
Thank you.



"To moms, to dads, to grannies...". Take a tour in fairy tale land with your children or grandchildren.

Fri, 29 Apr 2005 11:42:30 +0200

New article: See the children's books. See the coloring books. See the mini-posters, see the slide shows, see the T-shirt transfer motifs together with your children or grandchildren.

Use an hour or so.....



New exhibition - new gallery. It's ArTatoO in Henley, UK.

Thu, 28 Apr 2005 15:26:26 +0200

A complete gallery solution to artists on the Web...
the only one to provide them with real time management !
It is in English and French.



9 Asbjorn Lonvig articles published on the award winning publishing platform Squarespace, Inc., College Park, Maryland University, Washington D.C.

Wed, 6 Apr 2005 17:22:59 +0200

"How to communicate through pictures..."
"Colorful News..."
"Interactive Lecture..."
"Improving my English"
"Cerebral Thrombosis"
"Once upon a time..."
"Beijing...Cambridge...Dallas"
"Who is Aros - who is Bill..."
"Corporate valuez..zzzz..."



The great day has come: 2 April 2005

Sat, 2 Apr 2005 11:58:47 +0200

Hans Christian Andersen's bicentennial is celebrated in Denmark and all over the world.
My poem of the day depicts many Danes' tiredness of all the fuss about Hans Christian Andersen.
However, we sure understand the great marketing opportunity and sing along in the choir of enthusiasts.



Articles published in USA, then in Japan and now in Paris.

Thu, 24 Mar 2005 20:21:40 +0200

The articles
"Colorful News..."
"Interactive Lecture..."
"Cerebral Thrombosis..."
"Once upon a time..."
"Beijing...Cambridge...Dallas"
"Who is Aros - who is Bill..."
now published at FullDigitalArt in Paris



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Tue, 22 Mar 2005 14:11:32 +0200

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New Asbjorn Lonvig Exhibition in Denver, Colorado, US

Mon, 21 Mar 2005 08:58:52 +0200

Yessy is a privately held corporation located in Boulder, Colorado and was founded by an artist for the purpose of providing a better way to buy and sell art.




Article to World Wide Art Resources Art News, USA and to ADN World ArtNews, Japan about Aros and Bill Viola.

Fri, 18 Mar 2005 21:08:07 +0200

Hi Asbjorn Lonvig
Thanks for ... – magnificent article… Thanks

Bjarne Bækgaard
Communication manager
Aros Art Museum
Aarhus
Denmark



Now run in ADN World ArtNews in Tokyo, Japan.

Sun, 20 Mar 2005 16:11:07 +0200

The article "Who is Aros - who is Bill" on Aros Art Musem in Aarhus, Denmark and world artist Bill Viola, USA is now run in ADN World ArtNews in Tokyo, Japan.
See it in Tokyo, Japan.


Sincerely,
Asbjorn Lonvig, columnist



Bill Viola's Visions - art exhibition at Aros Art Museum in Aarhus, Denmark

Thu, 17 Mar 2005 14:43:04 +0200

Aros is nothing but a huge cube.
A huge box.
A huge brick
Seen from outside.
Inside it is an architectural pearl.
Second to none.
Even not to Guggenheim in New York.

Exactly here the world artist Bill Viola exhibirts 5 of his video installations.



New article on ADN World ArtNews - "Once upon a time..."

Sun, 13 Mar 2005 21:31:05 +0200

Article titled "Once upon a time..." to celebrate Danish world renowned fairy tale writer Hans Christian Andersen's bicentennial in 2005.
Hans Christian Andersen was born on 2nd April 1805 in Odense.



AWESOME.

Fri, 11 Mar 2005 10:47:37 +0200

And then Cecelia Routsaw - Grandmother of 15 - form Greenville in Michigan wrote to me about my fairy tales:
< style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">I only have one word that best describes these books. " Awesome ".
Thanks so much for the FREE downloads, they are very much appreciated.



Columnist at the Artday Network's World ArtNews in Tokyo, Japan

Mon, 7 Mar 2005 13:09:16 +0200

Yesterday on 7th March 2005 I debuted as columnist on Artday Network's World ArtNews.
The editor is Seiji Ueoka, who lives outside Tokyo and adminsisters both the international site at www.artday.org and the Japanese site at www.jp.artday.org.

Artday Network's World ArtNews columnists are:

Teresa Torres Eça - Portugal
Birgitta Jonsdottir - Iceland
Jean-Jacques Kunts - France
Gebhardt Jacksonville - USA
Judy Wray - USA
Willem Mook - The Netherlands
Dale Copeland - New Zealand
Editor Seiji Ueoka - Japan
and
Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark




New exciting art exhibition in Tokyo, Japan at Artday Network

Mon, 7 Mar 2005 13:06:14 +0200

Artday is a worldwide celebration of art scheduled to take place each year on the second day of July. Why July 2nd? Because it's at the very center of the year just as art is at the very center of the word "earth" as well as a central element in so many events in our lives. (Another neat trick: take the "h" in earth and put it up front and what do you get? Heart! Art's gotta have heart! Art's in our hearts?) The creators of artday, the artday network, are dedicated to democratic principles and faithfully ignore all differences in age, sex, race, religion and nationality. July 2 is off center in leap-years, so there are no artdays when February gets its extra day.
And.
Artday Network is among other things an online gallery with online exhibitions, there 2 of mine: Asbjorn Lonvig Gallery and For Children.
Artday Network has it's own World ArtNews for which I have become a columnist.
It too has Artist Salon, art Blog, Art Classified Ads, Event Calendar, Competition Guide, Art Site Directory and ArtistsBlog Headlines.
Sure an interesting portal.

The man behind the 2 galleries is Seiji Ueoka, who lives outside Tokyo and administers both the international site and the Japanese site.



New exhibition in Horncliffe, Northumberland, UK - it's just North of Newcastle, UK.

Wed, 2 Mar 2005 13:36:18 +0200

Unearthit.net offers an unrivaled, fully searchable database of original creative work, enabling you to buy work direct from source. Looking for arts events and workshops near you? You will find them listed on unearthit.net. Or perhaps you are in need of some professional advice or would just like a chat about your work? Unearthit.net offers it all.

This exhibition was opened on 1st March 2005. 10 images are registered in a gallery, 10+ services are registered and a number of events at galleries around the world are registered.