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 Collection
in which Asbjorn Lonvig participated.
The Africa Collection

South Africa




"Wilderness National Park"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by Asbjorn Lonvig, Archival Inks on cotton,
that is on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper
using pigment based archival inks,
size:
59,4 x 84 cm (23.4” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 2,000 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

You will really enjoy the spectacular Wilderness National Park between Cape Town and Port Elisabeth.
Wikipedia's words: Wilderness National Park is situated in the heart of the Garden Route, South Africa. It is a fascinating combination of rivers, lakes, estuaries and beaches, unfolding against the backdrop or lush forests and imposing mountains. During spring, the area is beautifully blanketed by a kaleidoscope of colourful blossoms, further enhancing its profound beauty.
The beautiful and popular Wilderness National Park is gently nestled between the bustling towns of George and Knysna - both are exceptional tourist destinations on the Garden Route. Wilderness protects three major zones of indigenous forest, four types of Fynbos (wild shrubs), lakes and winding waterways. There are also a number of historic sites of archaeological significance.






"8 x Acacia"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by Asbjorn Lonvig, 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 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


Wikipedia's words: Acacia is a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the subfamily Mimosoideae of the family Fabaceae, first described in Africa by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in 1773. Many non-Australian species tend to be thorny, whereas the majority of Australian Acacias are not. They are pod-bearing, with sap and leaves typically bearing large amounts of tannins. The generic name derives from ακακία (akakia), the name given by early Greek botanist-physician Pedanius Dioscorides (ca. 40-90) to the medicinal tree A. nilotica in his book Materia Medica.[2] This name derives from the Greek word for its characteristic thorns, ακις (akis, thorn). The species name nilotica was given by Linnaeus from this tree's best-known range along the Nile river.

Acacias are also known as thorntrees, whistling thorns or wattles, including the yellow-fever acacia and umbrella acacias.

Until 2005, there were thought to be roughly 1300 species of acacia worldwide, about 960 of them native to Australia, with the remainder spread around the tropical to warm-temperate regions of both hemispheres, including Europe, Africa, southern Asia, and the Americas. However, the genus was then divided into five, with the name Acacia retained for the Australian species, and most of the species outside Australia divided into Vachellia and Senegalia.











"South Africa Mosaic 2010 I"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by Asbjorn Lonvig, 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 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk


A mosaic originally inspired by mosaics  at Museo Nazionale Romano Palazzo Massimo Alle Terme in Rome, Italy. This mosaic is inspired by the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.
One square has a map of Africa with South Afica in blue. Onother square is the shape of South Africa. The third square is a soccer ball. The forth square is a double soccer field.
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 media”.
The imaginative kids of Africa will probably some day amuse themselves by playing double soccer.








"South Africa Mosaic 2010 II"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by Asbjorn Lonvig, 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 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

See "South Africa Mosaic 2010 I" above.




"The 2010 FIFA World Cup Fairy Tale"
Jaco in South Africa

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by Asbjorn Lonvig, 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 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

The 2010 FIFA World Cup Fairy Tale
Jaco in South Africa

Hi, I am a Grey Parrot and I live in the Monte Casino Bird Park in Johannesburg. My name is Jaco.
On Wednesdays I fly to Cape Town to visit my cousins.
I love to fly and I enjoy the magnificent nature of South Africa and I talk to all my animal friends during
my trip. Zebras, Flamingos, Penguins, Elephants, Giraffes and not least the king of the animals King Lion III.
Last Wednesday I saw people were building new stadiums. The FIFA World Cup is taking place in South Africa in 2010.
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.

The first animal I spotted from up there was Zebastian the Zebra.
He proudly presents the flag of The Republic of South Africa. You can see Zebastian
in the upper left corner with the flag. He knows about what the colors of The Republic of South Africa's flag symbolize:
Red symbolizes the freedom struggle,
Black and White symbolize the different people of South Africa,
Yellow symbolizes the mineral wealth, and
Green and Blue symbolize the fertile land, the magnificent nature.
Zebastian brings two zebra friends. They are eager to attend the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

The Rainbow Flamingo has an interesting story to tell. The male Rainbow Flamingo told us:
Desmond Tutu, you know the former archbishop, who always smiles, named South Africa’s
people the Rainbow Nation. That was because of the wonderfully diverse, colourful, and utterly
unique society. And did you know, the male Rainbow Flamingo asked, that the national motto
of South Africa is "Unity In Diversity".

Zebras and Flamingos are very common in South Africa.
You might however not have expected Penguins in South Africa. There are Penguins in
Australia, South America, and South Africa - not merely at the South Pole.
The Penguin P shows us Africa, and he points out where South Africa is situated.

As I flew over the savannah I spotted Tall-Charlie, he is a giraffe. Tall-Charlie’s favourite food
is the acacia tree and its leaves. He easily can manage to eat leaves 18 feet above the earth.
Normally giraffes have brown spots. Tall-Charlie however has red spots.
On New Years Eve a few years ago, a hunter had a pot of red paint - and he wanted to make some
fun. One, Two, and three – soon he had painted Tall-Charlie’s spots red.
Tall-Charlie was amused - the red spots were easily removed - he believed.
But it showed - he could not remove the red paint.
And a few months later Tal-Charlie had a son. His name was Not-So-Tall-Charlie and
he had red spots, too…
If you see a Giraffe in a Zoo, at a Circus or at the Savannah with red spots, you know for sure,
it is Tall-Charlie or a descendant of Tall-Charlie.
As I flew back from Cape Town I flew along the eastern cost line of South Africa.
I really enjoied the spectacular Wilderness National Park between Cape Town and Port Elisabeth.

I saw 4 baby-elephants dancing around the famous Baobab Tree. This famous tree is also called  boab, boaboa, bottle tree, upside-down tree, and monkey bread tree.
Some baobabs are reputed to be many thousands of years old, which is however difficult to verify
as the wood does not produce annual growth rings as trees do normally.

As I came back to Monte Casino Bird Park in Johannesburg I met Bernhard. The whimsical monkey.
He knows about the FIFA World Cup tournament stadiums.
He has made his own map of the FIFA World Cup stadiums in South Africa.
The stadiums are in Cape Town, Durban, two in Johannesburg, Mangaung/Bloemfontein,
Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Polokwane, Rustenburg, and Tshwane/Pretoria.

King Lion III, the king of the animals, has got the ultimate job.
He has been asked by FIFA to present the trophy to the winner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
I look forward to shake hands with the Brazilians, King Lion III said with a cunning lion-smile.









"South African Joy"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”)
Price is US$ 5,976 - 8,632
210 x exclusive fine art prints numbered and signed by Asbjorn Lonvig, 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 each.

Concerning sale contact lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk

"South African Joy”
2010, 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”).

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”:
“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 fervour 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
The Acacia tree and the Baobab Tree are significant trees in South Africa. I am looking for my inner giraffes eat the leaves of the 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 behaviour.
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:

Stadiums and flag
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

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, colourful, and utterly unique society.
Furthermore, South Africa’s National Motto is "Unity in Diversity".
 
Double Soccer
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 media”.
The imaginative kids of Africa will probably some day amuse themselves by playing double soccer.

Run patterns

You may percept many different run patterns in “South African Joy” – run patterns of players’ movements as you will see them on the stadiums of South Africa. Zigzag, forth and back etc.
Stepping up the stairs – maybe reaching fame.
Some day an African nation might win the FIFA World Cup™.

Sales
The 2010 International Fine Art Collection consists of 160 motifs.
All of them are fore sale – as you might have calculated there are only 210 of each motif.
The art prints are printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks.
They are sold on a first come first served principle – so, HURRY UP!!!!
If you buy from an artist participating in the 2010 International Fine Art (as is Asbjorn Lonvig) you will have an artist discount.


If you are a citizen in Germany or South Africa you must contact the authorised sellers in Germany or South Africa.



In general about the complet
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.

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 Asbjorn Lonvig, 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.

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,
Vesterbrogade 8, 8722 Hedensted, Denmark,
Bank: Reg. number: 9521,  Account number: 6225613638,

SWIFT: DABADKKK,
IBAN: DK4330006225613638
before delivery

Concerning sale contact
lonvig-complete-works@mail.dk




Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark (*1949)

Copyrights Asbjorn Lonvig
Asbjorn Lonvig's Copyrights are administered by Copydan, Denmark and
sister organizations all over the world.

Asbjorn Lonvig has the contract number 1549.
If you want to use a work for some purpose like a book cover, marketing or product design
please contact copydan@copydan.dk
for price information.

Accounts are setteled with Copydan.

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 
Thank you.

Your color and amazing simplicity inspire me so madly.
I'm looking for a brush now!
Incredible, quiet, moving, loud, and awesome!
Randy Jacobs
Dallas
Texas
US

Hello
I am a New York based artist. I work primarily in pastels, oils & watercolor.
I loved your web designs and art that I located through absolute arts! 
Is this to be another web magazine like absolute arts? 
Is it solely your own promotion?  It is GREAT!!!!  If it is ongoing, how do I subscribe? 
You have a linking option...I'm interested in it....please see my web site:
www.ellenfisch.com
I wish you much success!!!  Are you interested in a NY publisher....
I know of one who may be interested in your work....maybe
All the best for  wonderful holidays!
Happy painting,
Ellen Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College - MA in art from New York University
Long Island
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn
Thank you for making me your official NY fan club!! (but please spell my name correctly...Ellen Fisch )....
I love reading your Art Blogs and think that you are an art FORCE!! 
Not only does your work encourage others with its eneryg, beauty and aethetic sensibility, but your writing is wonderful!! 
Every time I go to your web site (often) I get a mega dose of art fuel!! 
You are THE BEST!!
Warm Regards,
Ellen
Fisch, BA in art from Brooklyn College
MA in art from New York University

Long Island
New York
US
PS I'm having a show of my work at the Jadite Gallery on West 50 Street in New York City. 
Opening is April 5.  If you are in New York, I hope you will stop by.  I would love to meet you in person!!


Dear Asbjorn:
Thanks for ordering another 25 artworks.  You account has been updated
to allow 75 artworks.  We are so glad you are excited about Gallery
Direct and decided to upgrade your account to allow display of more of
your genious artwork.
Dave Yelen
President and founder of Gallery Direct
Forty Fort
Pennsylvania
US

Hello,
I just like to congratulate you and thank you for the fantastic art work
that you have created and exhibited.
Keep on creating!!!
Best regards,
Paul Lionakis
Dover
Kent
UK


Dear Asbjorn Lonvig
Your website is truly colorful and fantastic!!
I entered the RSS in ArtistsBlog Headlines of artday.org.
Seiji Ueoka
Editor World ArtNews
Tokyo
Japan

I only have one word that best describes these books.
Awesome.
Thanks so much for the FREE downloads, they are very much appreciated.
Thanks,
Cecelia Routsaw
Grandmother of 15
Greenville
Michigan
US

Hi Asbjorn Lonvig
Thanks for forwarding – magnificent article… Thanks 

Bjarne Bækgaard
Communication manager
Aros Art Museum
Aarhus
Denmark


Hi, your work is very powerful.
Your writings and work are very impressive.

Diane Leon
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arts at New York University
New York
US

Congratulations on your beautiful work.
You have been accepted.

Michael Jason
Manhattan Arts International
New York
US

Dear Asbjorn Lonvig,
The Staff at ARTROM Gallery has met to view your images.
We have also visited your websites and entered immediately into your world.
We are impressed with your ability to simplify a concept into an image and concentrate it,
to incude only what is necessary. In evaluating your work for its strong graphic content, we  became aware of the size of the originals; they are all quite large and are acrylic on canvas. 
In viewing your works we discussed not only their graphic content, but discussed them as paintings, as objects unto themselves. Knowing that the images exist somewhere as objects of that dimension is far different than looking at images stored in some computer, regardless of how they were created. One can appreciate the graphic illustrative/informative quality of an image on a computer screen, but it stops there, until you know more about the image as it exists in "real life",
and this adds another dimension to the work. It also adds credibility to the commitment the artist has made to the image.
We feel that you believe in your commitment as an artist.
This is one of the aspects we look for in our GUILD Members.
When one believes in himself the message is clear.  We are also interested in your "Manifesto" below.        
"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????" 
We would like to help you accomplish these things, and welcome you to
become a member of AGG. 
David Genovesi director
ARTROM GALLERY GUILD
International Society of Artists and Designers
Viale Carso, 71
Rome, Lazio,
Italy


Searching your web site I have to say that I AM IMPRESSED!!!
Absolute unique, dedicated, brilliant, excellent. I wish the see you.
Are you living outside Copenhagen?
Actually we are in Stockholm and London, we are passing throw Denmark in regular basis…

Anticipate thanks
Petru Russu
Editor and publisher
World Of Art Magazine
Stockholm
Mörbylund 19, 9tr, 182 30 Danderyd, Sweden
London
17 Ringwood Gardens, London, UK

Great, very interesting.
Your wide vision and conecting compex ideas in simple presentation are of high value.
You obsereve sights digest them and present them in colorful simple forms, have a quality of their own.
I wish you great success.
Today in India is Great Festival of Lights- Diwali,
On this occasion your paintings gave us enjoyment.
With regards,
O. P. Joshi,  Sociologist of art, Ph.D.
College of KISHANGARH  
Jaipur, Rajasthan
India


The jubilation feelings given
by forms and colors
of Asbjorn Lonvig...
French author Alain Joannes from Paris praises Asbjorn Lonvig's art to the skies in his new book "Comment communiquer par des images" ("How to communicate through pictures"). It is presented at Salon du Livre in Paris.005.

 

He wrote the following:
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.
Of course, the saturated colours are decisive in this very great glowing. The coloured dazzling and the feeling of pleasure which prolongs it have multiple causes. 
As adequacy between artistic creation and the constraints of communication, the art of  Asbjorn Lonvig illustrates an assumption of neurocognitives sciences: the neurons in charge of visual perception are first activated by patterns recognition, then by colors recognition, then by recognition of textures and movements recognition. In a piece of art  like "Soul hurting still ", the sensory impacts of the forms and the colors are very strong and equal.  The pleasure comes from what the eye and the brain receive from the red, the yellow, the green and blue at the same time as they recognize the squares, the rectangles, the circles, the triangles, the straight and broken lines and even  the letter “A”.
The glance thus filled by a profusion of feelings founds a generating mental state of pleasure.

After and beyond the primary emotion, in a second phase of contemplation, the spirit endeavours to confer an overall significance on the table.  It calls upon its repertory of already memorized forms.  Then, the pleasure becomes ludic.  Functioning like a rebus, the chart of an unknown territory, a coded language or a mysterious diagram, the piece of art asks to the witness:  " What am I ?"

The many possible answers are mental resonances which give to the artistic communication a richness higher than all the other ways to communicate.
This communication is intersubjective.  It organizes the meeting between the subjectivity of the artist and the subjectivity of the witness. 
The witness of the piece of art is free to refer to tropical sensory prints: association of a dominating solar yellow, sky blue, deep vegetal green.  He can also associate the table with an intimate collection of primitive art. 
He shall perhaps remember the geometrical abstractions of Kandinsky and Mondrian. Surely, the piece of art  will be kept in the long memory space into the brain with all its resonances sensory, emotional, ludic and cultural.

It is may be interesting to know that the joyfull  impact piece of art by Asbjorn Lonvig is closely related to its is canvassed artistic. High level data processing specialist then head of a software company, the painter found serenity in a pictorial creation which starts with digital drafts and finds its completion on a support – frame and fabric - entirely conceived and manufactured by the artist.
Alain Joannes, Author
Paris
France

Congratulations. Wonderful work!
Please, look my website: www.edprimo.hpg.com.br
Ed Primo
Sao Paulo
Brazil

”Dear Master Lonvig (but after reading your biography and seen your wonderful Art, your name should be
"Loving"), thank you for your interest in participating  in this Feast of Culture and Art.”,
“………..are you sure you are not Italian?”
“…..I have no words to tell you how much I enjoyed your art presentation you sent me. I can tell you it would be an honour for us to have your works with us…”
prof. Giancarlo Alu
director of Mantena Museum
director of Mondial Art and Culture
Rome
Italy

Dear Asbjorn,
your work is really great!!!
I have gone through your portfolio and your other links too!!!!
Wish you happy creations!!!

Prakash Deshmukh
Akola
India

I love your work!
I have added a link to your site too under "Creative People"
Francesca Judd
Auckland
New Zealand

I love your concept! Your art and your generosity of spirit.
 I am a concert pianist and am very committed to inner city kids in Hartford CT.
Sanda Schuldmann
Executive Director
Chamber Music Plus
Hartford
Connecticut
US

I'm writing to you to tell you I like your work....the way you express the synthesis is very interesting
By the way..im an argentinian artist, if you have a minute i invite you to visit my site
www.mariadelavega.com.ar
cordially

María de la Vega
Buenos Aires
Argentina


I'm speachless...wow you are creative and diligent:
o)....I like your stuff because the beauty is in simplicity..... Just a warm hello to Denmark from Germany
Best

Gudrun Ploetz
Bad Nauheim
Germany


Hello Asbjorn,
All of your art and specially the Lucca Project are superb works of fine art.
I have enjoyed your art works with a tremendous amount of enthusiasm.
Best from

Anton Vogels
Dulwich Hill,
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia


I was quite impressed with all the creativity here.
Keep up the good ART!
ART is needed everywhere.
Greetings from Portugal

Rod Costa
Portugal


Hello
I have just found your site and found it so refreshing,

as have been looking for ideas for some paintings for my granddaughters  baby's room,
and it has giving me some ideas and I just want to keep it simple, as I get older.
Less is more seems to be the answer , keep up the good work.
 regards
Lee Pennington
Painter
Tasmania
Australia

 


The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
 The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The Africa Collection
The Complete fine art works of World of Art Award winning artist Asbjorn Lonvig, Denmark - Based on concepts of the 2010 International Fine Art Collection