PETER´S DRAWINGS 1
With some explanations by Peter
The Tree troll is actually a part of a much larger ink drawing which I put together in the seventies. During this period I was studying Nordic illustrative artists such as John Bower, Einar Norelius, Elsa Beskow, Jenny Nyström, Robert Högfeldt, Tove Jansson and several others
Spice it up, here is the Consumer Family!
A self portrait which I made when I was about 19
Portrait of my mother, made in 1974 when we were living in Vaxholm just before I moved to Stockholm
Just some fancy scribble titled "Welcome to romance land!"
Home of the old ones is what I call this one. It´s a pencil drawing of my grandparents home which I made on assignment by my mother. The motive displays the living room quarters as they appeared shortly before the house was emptied and before dear old grandma moved away to live as a widow near the city center
This is an old house outside the town of Vaxholm where I was living in the early seventies
And here is a building vastly inspired by one Mothers of Invention
of my favourites, Escher
Another sample of Escher inspired art, The warped house n:r 2
Old woman in a hammock is a theme I used in a variety of versions, this one being number 3
An unexpected nocturnal visitor
In the midst of the darkest woods there hides a cottage...
An early version of the old woman in a hammock
The artist in black and white, an etching on zinc
which I made at art shool piror to the two paint-
The endless city, or rather a small section of this drawing which I made with ink on a big sheet of paper
The same picture but this detail extracted from closer to the middle
An illustration which I made for a newspaper in 1968
An elderly employee on his way to work, totally oblivious to what is happening around him
Fur trees in fog
My dad resting his elbow on a table.
Ink drawing from the mid-seventies
Mish mash, general improvisation made in the early seventies
Magician on the wall