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Jeff Gillette and “Dismayland” Emerge from Nuart Debris

Jeff Gillette and “Dismayland” Emerge from Nuart Debris

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For the ninth straight year, BSA brings Nuart to our readers – artists, academics, collectors, instructors, curators, fanboys /girls, photographers, organizers, all. Not sure who else has been covering this international Street-Art themed indoor/outdoor festival and forum as early and continuously as we have, but we’re happy to say that this Norwegian pocket of public art continues to hold its own among a suddenly bloated field of new festivals and events globally.

Today we have some process shots of artist Jeff Gillette in preparation for his exhibition at Nuart’s big opening this Saturday at Tou Scene. Tonight his solo show “Dismayland” opens at the inauguration of Nuart Galllery and Project Space with a very special presentation.

“Dismayland” sounds very similar to a magical kingdom that generations of kids grew up dreaming to visit in Orange County, California, where artist Jeff Gillette lives. For Street Art fans it also sounds very similar to the smaller version of that theme park lampooning it called “Dismaland” by the artist Banksy and 50 of his friends last September in Somerset, England. What many don’t realize is that “Dismayland” is the name a show that predates Banksy’s by five years.

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Jeff Gillette, Minsky. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Born partially of his own disappointment at not being able to go to meet Mickey and Minnie as a kid, Gillette created canvasses, sculptures, installations of slums with the pristine blue sky and cavorting characters in animations most closely associated with his childhood memories. Drawing attention to the disparity of wealth and quality of life that exists in the world with millions living in desperate conditions, Gillette also acknowledges that the $99 dollar one-day ticket to Disneyland is an insulting reminder to many that their chances to experience that magic are very slim.

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Jeff Gillette at work on his installation for NUART 2016 Tou Scene indoors exhibition. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

BSA: You have been subverting Disney for years and roiling Mickey fans with dystopian and humorous scenes of human settlement that lay bare the rotten state of our folly. Is this installation a redux or continuation of your “Dismayland” – a furtherance of the themes you originally touched on in 2010?

Jeff Gillette: I started my theme of messing with Disney as soon as I moved to Southern California in the early 1990s culminating wth my “Dismayland” show at Copro Gallery in LA. After my involvement with Banksy’s Dismaland, Copro invited me to create the archway of the alternative art aisle at the Los Angeles Art Show. A construction contractor and I created a huge facade of the Disneyland Castle Logo from distressed wood I gathered out in the Mojave Desert.

My invitation to NUART gave me another opportunity to create a Disney Castle, this time from diagrams I found on the Internet. My sculptor wife, Laurie Hassold, and two volunteers built the facade and picked up trash all over the town of Stavenger to create a landfill that it sits on. My future aspiration is to build a life-like Disneyland Castle in a slum. In Indian slums during festivals, it is common for the residents to construct colorful, fantastical, temporary temples that look like castles in their neighborhoods. I’m working with a few artists in India to hopefully realize this project. I’d like to also flood a slum with toy Mickey Mouse dolls, for all the kids to have and play with. It would make for some quite surreal images.

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Jeff Gillette at work on his installation for NUART 2016 Tou Scene indoors exhibition. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

BSA: Who is Minsky? How did he get that name?
Jeff Gillette: When creating work for Dismaland, at some point Banksy said ‘ no Mickey Mouses.’ I had to obliterate Mickey, my favorite icon, from some of my paintings ( although in most of them I hid a Mickey elsewhere in the details). I thought up Minksy then and played around with sketches combining Banksy’s Rat with the features of Mickey. The name is a contraction of “Mickey” and “Banksy.”

Before leaving for The UK, I printed a bunch of stickers and placed one in each of the dozen or so (clean and new) porta-potties at Dismaland on the opening day. I found out the artist Nick Walker, whom I later met, thought they were Banksy’s and took one for himself! In the Dharavi Slum in Mumbai, India, I taught my guide, Hashim Abdul who lives there, to paint Minksy stencils wherever he could without getting into trouble. Now Westerners who go on the popular ‘Slum Tours’ will see these characters on some of the walls.

Here in Norway, I’ve taken advantage of Stavanger’s open policy of welcoming street art to paint some stencils of Minksy in the town. It is strange to do this activity and not have to look over your shoulder or be prepared to get accosted.

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Jeff Gillette at work on his installation for NUART 2016 Tou Scene indoors exhibition. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

BSA: Last year Nuart featured the work of Bordalo II, who gathered local discarded junk to draw attention to our environmental impact on animal life. Your work appears to be more about the cost of meaningless consumerism to our souls. Is that right?

Jeff Gillette: That sounds good, but I like to think that my work specifically targets the commercial aspirations of Disney to be the “Happiest Place on Earth” mired in the reality of a world that screams out the exact opposite, at least on BBC and CNN. Personally, in my experiences interacting with poor people in slums, they appear surprisingly positive in their plight. What they lack in consumer comforts, they make up for in meaningful relationships with extended families and neighbor’s that the condensed living situation affords them. It still is abhorrent seeing people live in slum landfills, and my paintings try to show this.

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Jeff Gillette at work on his installation for NUART 2016 Tou Scene indoors exhibition. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

BSA: To make something beautiful from a situation that is quite ugly – does that require a certain optimism?

Jeff Gillette: An optimism comes from the ability to be objective in experiencing the potential aesthetic quality found in ugly scenery. I travel to third world slums, visit landfills, and study visuals of natural and man-made destruction and find a strange beauty in it all. I struggle to distance myself from the actual toll on humanity and individuals by not including people in my work. The images instead become intricate fields of color and form conveying a feeling of beauty in worst-case-scenarios.

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Jeff Gillette. Process shot. NUART 2016 Tou Scene indoors exhibition. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

 

Jeff Gillette solo show at Nuart Gallery “Dismayland Nord” opens tonight. Click HERE for further information.

 

We wish to extend our most heartfelt thank you to our friend Tor for sharing his photos with us in exclusive for this year’s coverage of NUART 2016.

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Jaune and Axel Void on the Streets at Nuart 2016

Jaune and Axel Void on the Streets at Nuart 2016

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For the ninth straight year, BSA brings Nuart to our readers – artists, academics, collectors, instructors, curators, fanboys /girls, photographers, organizers, all. Not sure who else has been covering this international Street-Art themed indoor/outdoor festival and forum as early and continuously as we have, but we’re happy to say that this Norwegian pocket of public art continues to hold its own among a suddenly bloated field of new festivals and events globally.

Jaune and Axel Void are street practitioners of vastly different scale, yet both are on the streets of Stavanger right now putting up new work. Each have a way of engaging children with their work here, and probably the imaginations and memories of adults as well.

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JAUNE at work on a wall for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Jaune carries a miniature world that he recreates in many cities, and it invariably intersects with the sanitation workers who keep our daily existence so much cleaner. Adept at manipulating 2D and 3D scenarios using stencils, this small grouping of guys at the base of this building are only a small example of the much more expansive worlds he has created. Still you can image what kind of games this plays on the mind of your average 8 year old who discovers it.

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JAUNE at work on a wall for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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JAUNE at work on a wall for NUART 2016 while a “subject” hovers over his shoulder. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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JAUNE. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Likewise your average Stavanger kid may be surprised to see a certain familiar boy on this big wall by Axel Void – a mural which has gone up rapidly over the last couple of days. Based on a portrait of Gabriel, the son of Nuart founder Martyn Reed, this image is an instant emblem of the city and quite appropriate considering its proximity to a nearby playground.

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Axel Void at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Axel Void. Process shot. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Axel Void at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Axel Void. Process shot. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Axel Void at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Check our the little people balancing on the fence to his right. Such Dexterety! Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Axel Void completed his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

We wish to extend our most heartfelt thank you to our friend Tor for sharing his photos with us in exclusive for this year’s coverage of NUART 2016.

 

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ERON and Henrik Uldalen Figuratively: Nuart 2016

ERON and Henrik Uldalen Figuratively: Nuart 2016

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For the ninth straight year, BSA brings Nuart to our readers – artists, academics, collectors, instructors, curators, fanboys /girls, photographers, organizers, all. Not sure who else has been covering this international Street-Art themed indoor/outdoor festival and forum as early and continuously as we have, but we’re happy to say that this Norwegian pocket of public art continues to hold its own among a suddenly bloated field of new festivals and events globally.

 

Two figurative paintings are taking form on Nuart walls at the moment, each revealing the distinct styles of their creators.

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ERON at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Italian Eron has a few routes to the form, some solid, others a mist. His themes have often included humanitarian crises and social injustice, most recently immigrants and refugees.

Sometimes his ephemerous forms of fine particulate matter take concrete shape, dimension, and finally lifting off and leaving the wall. In Stavanger for Nuart he is staying in the interstitial realm of almost here. The wading ghost-like female figure gazes on a whale, perhaps spouting a splashing, mired in a coal-hued timbre.

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ERON. Work in progress for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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ERON. Detail. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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ERON.  NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen color palette for his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Norwegian oil painter Henrik Aarrestad Uldalen is classically figurative, owing to the impressionists as much as modern photographers. His people are similarly holding still in a contemplative space; fading in and out of your screen with realist focus and hand-rendered, painterly blur. Here in Nuart it looks like Henrik’s mural will have a photo-real quality reflecting with hint of the formal languidity of Renaissance subjects.

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Henrik Uldalen at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen at work on his mural for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen process shot. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen process shot. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Henrik Uldalen. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. September 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

We wish to extend our most heartfelt thank you to our friend Tor for sharing his photos with us in exclusive for this year’s coverage of NUART 2016.

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Fintan Magee. Nuart 2016

Fintan Magee. Nuart 2016

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For the ninth straight year, BSA brings Nuart to our readers – artists, academics, collectors, instructors, curators, fanboys /girls, photographers, organizers, all. Not sure who else has been covering this international Street-Art themed indoor/outdoor festival and forum as early and continuously as we have, but we’re happy to say that this Norwegian pocket of public art continues to hold its own among a suddenly bloated field of new festivals and events globally.

Melbournes’ Fintan Magee has just begun his 32 meter high double silos after the fierce rains dissuaded him for a couple of days. After carefully planning out the figure/s he’s gradually bringing them alive here in this coastal Norwegian town – a reminder of the maritime history of the people here, and the rising tides of our modern era.

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Fintan Magee at work on his sketches for the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Ironically an oil economy like Norway’s is implicated in the warming of the atmosphere, so Mr. Magee’s ongoing program of climate-change related murals around the world takes on a special resonance here.  Thanks to an unfailing respect for intellectual independence, Nuart has often featured work that is critical to the fossil fuel economy over the years. Stay tuned for a finished image of Fintan’s towers this week.

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Fintan Magee sketches for the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee work in progress for the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee’s work washed away by the pesky  Stavanger’s weather. Nuart 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee at work on the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee work in progress at the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee at work on the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee at work on the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee at work on the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee. Process shot. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee at work on the silos murals for NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Fintan Magee. NUART 2016. Stavanger, Norway. 09-2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Ella & Pitr on Utsira Island, Norway with Nuart

Ella & Pitr on Utsira Island, Norway with Nuart

NUART-BSA-Banner-AFor the ninth straight year, BSA will bring Nuart to our readers – artists, academics, collectors, instructors, curators, fanboys/girls, photographers, organizers, all. Not sure who else has been covering this international Street-Art themed outdoor and indoor festival as early and continuously as we have, but we’re happy to say that this Norwegian pocket of public art continues to hold its own among a suddenly bloated field of new festivals and events globally.

As the artists are arriving into Stavanger and Tor Ståle Moen awaits patiently at the airport for Evol, Axel Void, Add Fuel, and Jeff Gillette to touch down, poor Fintan Magee has been chased off of his towers by wild rains and forced inside the beer halls at Tou Scene to start his installation for next weekends big opening.

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Ella & Pitr. Utsira, Norway. August 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Meanwhile French duo Ella and Pitr have just completed their third visit to Norway in the past year, a two week collaboration with a commune on Utsira Island about 4 hours drive north of Nuart.

After painting the “world’s largest outdoor mural” at last years’ Nuart, the adventurous illustrators have created site-specific works with the Utsira Kommune and Nuart and they have gifted Norway’s smallest municipality with one of their signature roof characters and wall paintings, along with an exhibition of drawings at Dalanaustet Café.

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Ella & Pitr. Utsira, Norway. August 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Enjoy these new images from Ella and Pitr’s residency, and we’ll rejoin you Monday for fresh adventures at this years’ Nuart!

 

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Ella & Pitr. Utsira, Norway. August 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Ella & Pitr. Utsira, Norway. August 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Ella & Pitr. Utsira, Norway. August 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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Ella & Pitr. Utsira, Norway. August 2016. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

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NUART Upate: Ella & Pitr & Giant Return for a “Melt Down”

NUART Upate: Ella & Pitr & Giant Return for a “Melt Down”

Taking their inventive humor from St Etienne back up north to Norway this month, the French duo Ella & Pitr found that the weather was not quite as warm and agreeable as last August when they completed the largest outdoor mural to celebrate Nuart’s 15th.

During this visit they made a trip to the beach in Sola to wheatpaste a few illustrations on massive weathered German bunkers from WWII. The pieces give a sense of the enormity of the space, as well as the humorous child-like imaginations of the adventurous couple as they continue marching across the globe.

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Ella & Pitr. NUART. Sola Beach, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

Later when they returned back to Stavanger and during a two-day snow storm the intrepid duo squished one of their overfed giants uncomfortably into what would otherwise be regarded as a large canvas – a 4 story building. He appears to be hurt as well, not sure what happened. It could have been a tumble down the stairs. They call this piece “La fonte des glaces” (Melt down), and clearly he’s having one.

A local talented photographer Tor Ståle Moen spent a lot of time touring around with Ella & Pitr and he tells us that they are planning to return again in the summer. Our very special thanks to him for sharing these images with BSA readers.

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Ella & Pitr. NUART. Sola Beach, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Detail. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Detail. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Detail. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Detail. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Detail. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. Hand tinted wheatpaste. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. “La fonte des glaces”. Work in progress. NUART. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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Ella & Pitr. “La fonte des glaces”. NUART. Stavanger, Norway. (photo © @toris64)

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