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 Miscellaneous Collection

Architecture




"Aros Art Museum"

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 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 each.

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

"Aros Art Museum" is inspired by several visits to Aros Art Museum in Aarhus.
I have written two articles about exhibitions at Aros, one about Bill Viola  "Who is Aros - who is Bill" and one about car racing and racing cars "Racing Cars - The Art Dimension..."
Quotation:
From outside it is nothing but a huge Cube.
From inside it sure reminds you of
Guggenheim in New York.
”Little Guggenheim”?






"Aarhus Theater"

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 the artist, 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

"Aarhus Theater" is inspired by a great interest in as well theater plays as theater architecture.
The Aarhus Theatre (Aarhus Teater) in Aarhus is the largest provincial theatre in Denmark.
The present theatre house constructed in the late 19th century as a replacement for the old theatre, nicknamed "Svedekassen". Since Aarhus had grown to be Jutland's biggest city during the 19th century, the old theatre had become too small for the public. The new building was designed by the Danish architect Hack Kampmann (1856-1920), and the construction began on the 12th August 1898. Only two years later the Theatre was completed, and it was inaugurated on the 15th of September 1900.
The style of the building is Art Nouveau, with the national romantic emphasis on natural materials, and the interior was completed by artists Hansen-Reistrup and Hans Tegner.





"Aarhus Theater Grey"

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 the artist, 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


See "Aarhus Theater" above.






"Arne Jacobsen's Tower"

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 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 each.

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


"Arne Jacobsen's Tower" is inspired by the Aarhus City Hall Tower. The City Hall is the city hall of Aarhus, Denmark.
It was inaugurated 2 June 1941, and it was drawn by architects Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller.
It was deemed too modern and too anti-monumental.
On the first proposal the plans did not include a tower.
Arne Jacobsen and Erik Møller meant that towers were the power symbols of church, king and nobility and did not belong on a building that was to serve democracy.
However, citizens of Aarhus protested, they wanted a building that looked like a town hall.
After heated debate, the City Council demanded a tower, and that the building should be covered with marble in order to add a more monumental character. But it was the last town hall tower that was erected in Denmark.
The tower is 60 meters tall and the tower clock face has a diameter of 7 meters.
The building is made of concrete plated with 6,000 m² of marble from Porsgrunn in Norway.

Arne Jacobsen is he who
created the Ant Chair in 1951 - it was for an extension of the Novo pharmaceutical factory.
In 1955 he created the Seven Series. This Series became one of the most popular chairs of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.

Both matched modern needs perfectly, being light, compact and easily stackable.
Two other successful chair designs, the Egg and the Swan, were created for the SAS Royal Hotel in 1957.







"Aarhus Cathedral"

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 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 each.

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


"Aarhus Cathedral" is inspired by Aarhus Cathedral (Danish: Århus Domkirke), which is the main religious edifice of Aarhus, Denmark.
The cathedral is dedicated to the patron saint of sailors, St. Clemens, and located at the address Domkirkepladsen 2, 8000 Århus C, Denmark.
The church is the longest in Denmark it is 93 m long and is also the tallest church in Denmark with 96 m.
The church is large and it has sitting place for around 1200 people.
Aarhus Cathedral was built in the end of the 12th century.







"1 Cathedral Place"

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 the artist, 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

"1 Cathedral Place" is inspired by the architecture of when in the past was The Danish National Bank. It is situated opposite to Aarhus Cathedral on Cathedral Place. Today it is domicile for the financial institution Nykredit in Jutland.






"1 Cathedral Square Grey"

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 the artist, 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

See "1 Cathedral Place" above.






"St. Clemens Courtyard"

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 the artist, 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

"St. Clemens Courtyard" is inspired by the half-timbering construction seen in relation to placement of windows etc. In shot an exceptionel architecture.
"St. Clemens Courtyard" is the office of Aarhus Cathedral. Just behind the Theater.






"Atmosphere"

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 the artist, 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

"Atmosphere" is inspired by the architecture of some selected houses in the City of Haderslev.
Together the houses express the atmosphere of the city. The 2 houses to the left are from the City Square - Hallmann's Store and
"Café Faust" - and the two houses to the right are from Noerregade - North Street - number 7 and number 22. Se them below. The architectural style is called historicism, that is because historic elements - elements that do not belong to the time the house was built - have been used in the architecture. Furthermore you might sense that the buildings have a North German or Frisian touch. That's because Haderslev City was a part of Germany until 1920.







"7th North Street"

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 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 each.

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

See "Atmosphere" above.






"22nd North Street"

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 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 each.

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

See "Atmosphere" above.






"Café Faust"

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 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 each.

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

See "Atmosphere" above.






"Hallmann's Store"

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 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 each.

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


See "Atmosphere" above.






"The Mensard House"

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 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 each.

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


"The Mensard House" is inspired by the Mensard House in the Old Town in Aarhus.
The Mensard House is a Renaissance Warehouse from 1600/1650.






"The Renaissance House"

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 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 each.

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

"The Renaissance House" is inspired by The Renaissance House in The Old Town in Aarhus.
The house is the front building of a merchant's property originally built in Badstuegade in Aarhus.
With its heavy oak beams and carved brackets supporting the second story, the house is an outstanding example of renaissance timber-frame buildings. The building originally had 22 bays, 10 of which are reconstructed here. The house was rebuilt in The Old Town in 1946 and houses facilities for children's activities and the school service.





"Haderslev Cathedral"

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 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 each.

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

"Haderslev Cathedral" is inspired by Haderslev Cathedral in Haderslev, Jutland.
It is however quite impossible to photograph from close range.
That's why you see it from some distance with Haderslev Pond in the foreground.
The Cathedral is also called Church of Our Lady, it was built in the 13th-15th. It is red and built of bricks.
The interior is notable for its light choir, a bronze font (1485) by Peter Hansen, the altar with a Romanesque crucifix (ca. 1300), statues of Mary and John and alabaster figures of the Apostles.






"Christiansborg Palace Chapel"

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 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 each.

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

"Christiansborg Palace Chapel" is inspired by Christiansborg Palace Chapel.
The history of Christiansborg Palace Chapel goes back to the first Christiansborg Palace, which was built by the contractor general Elias David Häusser from 1733-45. King Christian VI was keen on architecture, and he commissioned a talented young architect in the King's building service, Nicolai Eigtved, to design the palace chapel (1738–42). Eigtved seized the opportunity and designed one of the most distinguished Rococo interiors in Denmark.
In 1794 fire ravaged the palace and it was decided to demolish the ruins completely. The demolition, however, never took place.
Architect Christian Frederik Hansen, who resurrected the palace between 1803–1828, was also commissioned to rebuild the palace chapel in 1810. Work commenced in 1813, using the existing foundations and masonry as far as possible. The church and main palace were built in strict neo-classical style, with a dome construction on top of a central church interior. The palace chapel was inaugurated on Whit Sunday, May 14, 1826, to mark the 1,000 anniversary of the introduction of Christianity to Denmark.







"Grejs Church Grey"

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 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 each.

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

”Grejs Church Grey” is inspired by Grejs Church in Grejs, Vejle.
At the place where Grejs Church is located there was a church since mid - 1000. This present church was opened in 1882.
Grejs Church is built of red bricks in later gothic style and was at the inauguration referred to as "The prettiest church in Denmark ".







"Sindbjerg Church"

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 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 each.

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

"Sindbjerg Church" is inspired by the church in Sindbjerg, which is near Vejle.






"Hedensted Church"

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 the artist, 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

"Hedensted Church" is inspired by the church in Hedensted.
Hedensted Church in the heart of Hedensted City.
The church is from year 1175 and the original granite blocks are still in use.
A recent excavation by the National Museum unveiled the remains of the original wooden church, built in 1050 - the 1150th.
The church is decorated with a series of murals, including one depicting Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
The church pulpit and the altarpiece is from 1600.
The original church tower was built around 1475.
It was, however, demolished in 1939 and replaced by a new.
In 2002 the church was expanded with a service building on the north side.
The architectural task of combining a building from 1175 with a new one is nearly impossible.
However, a passage of glass between the old church and the new building is a great way to solve the problem.
The new building is at the same time a reopening of the abolished women's entrance.







"Oester Snede Church"

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 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 each.

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

"Oester Snede Church" is inspired by the church in Oester Snede.
This is in every way a classic Danish village church.
What makes this church special is, that it was the church of a small religious group called
”The Strong JutLanders” form 1800 to the middle of 1900.
The group used a special interpretation of the Bible called ”Pontoppidans Explanations” and a special hymn book by hymn writer Kingo. Nowadays the group is absorbed by "Indre Mission", which is the hard core evangelical wing of the Church of Denmark.







"St. Michaelis Church"

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 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 each.

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

St. Michaelis Church originally served the population of German immigrants brought to the garrison town. It dates from 1687. It historically served as a military serviceman’s church, and continues to perform this special function in addition to serving its parish. Its font is a scale copy of Bertel Thorvaldsen's font in Vor Frues Kirke, Copenhagen (or Copenhagen Cathedral). It has a bell carillon that rings out across town several times a day.
Fredericia is as you know a garrison town with ramparts etc. The reason why the church tower of
St. Michaelis Church is relatively low is that it for safety reasons must be lower than the ramparts. 







"Jesus Christ"

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 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 each.

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

Inspired by The Jelling Stone’s Christ. The eldest picture of Christ in the North.
The Jelling Stone was raised by King Gorm's son, Harold Bluetooth in memory of his parents, Queen Thyra and King Gorm celebrating his conquest of Denmark and Norway, and his conversion of the Danes to Christianity.

Bluetooth!!???
Have we not heard this name recently.
Bluetooth!!???
Yes, Bluetooth is a wireless protocol for exchanging data - connecting people.
Named after King Harold Bluetooth, who was famous for connecting people -
his conversion of the Danes to Christianity.







"Jesus Christ Grey"

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 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 each.

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

See "Jesus Christ" above.






"You Raise me Up"

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 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 each.

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


"You Raise me Up" is inspired by Teguh Prasetyo Heruwaluyo, Jakarta, Indonesia.
After a fruitful meeting I was informed
He visited me in Lille Fejringhus on 30 August 2004 - our goal was to inform me about all cultural highlights of Indonesia and make an Indonesian series of motifs. Teguh Prasetyo Heruwaluyo is Muslim like most Indonesian citizens. Indonesia is the country in the world with most Muslims.
However there are an important segment of Christians in Indonesia, too.
Therefore he suggested motifs based on Christian sentences like "Jesus in my heart", "You raise me up", "The true way".
"You raise me up" - Essence of Christianity?



Circus




"Circus Clown"

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 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 each.

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

"Circus Clown" is inspired by circus. "Circus Clown" is one of 5 motifs in the Circus Series.






"Circus Clown's Right Shoe"

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 the artist, 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


"Circus Clown's Right Shoe" is inspired by circus. "Circus Clown's Right Shoe" is one of 5 motifs in the Circus Series.






"Circus Clown's Banana"

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 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 each.

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

"Circus Clown's Banana" is inspired by circus. "Circus Clown's Banana" is one of 5 motifs in the Circus Series.






"Circus Clown's Lion"

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 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 each.

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

"Circus Clown's Lion" is inspired by circus. "Circus Clown's Lion" is one of 5 motifs in the Circus Series.






"Circus Clown's Parrot"

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 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 each.

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

"Circus Clown's Parrot" is inspired by circus. "Circus Clown's Parrot" is one of 5 motifs in the Circus Series.



Hans Christian Andersen




"Simple Simon"

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 the artist, 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

"Simple Simon" is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale Simple Simon.
Every year the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense stages a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
I read the fairy tale and delivers every year a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical is performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.







"The Nightingale"

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 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 each.

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

"The Nightingale" is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Nightingale.
Every year the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense stages a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
I read the fairy tale and delivers every year a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical is performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.
The Nightingale was the logo in 2009.





"The Tinderbox"

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 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 each.

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


"The Tinderbox" is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Tinderbox.
Every year the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense stages a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
I read the fairy tale and delivers every year a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical is performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.
The Tinderbox was the logo in 2008.





"Big Claus and Little Claus"

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 the artist, 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

"Big Claus and Little Claus" is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale Big Claus and Little Claus.
Every year the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense stages a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
I read the fairy tale and create every year a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical is performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.
The Big Claus and Little Claus was the logo in 2007.






"The Swineherd"

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 the artist, 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.

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"The Swineherd" is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Swineherd.
Every year the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense stages a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
I read the fairy tale and create every year a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical is performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.
The Swineherd was the logo in 2006.






"Fairy Tale in the Back Yard"

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 the artist, 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

"Fairy Tale in the Back Yard" is inspired by the 2005 anniversary musical Fairy Tale in the Back Yard.
In 2005 the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense staged a musical based on play director Erik Bent Svendlund's ideas.
I read the fairy tale and created  a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical was performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.








"The Ugly Duckling"

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 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 each.

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"The Ugly Duckling" is inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale The Ugly Duckling.
Every year the Hans Christian Andersen Festival Plays in Odense stages a musical based on one of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
I read the fairy tale and delivers every year a new logo to the Festival Plays.
The musical is performed in the open air theatre in The Funen Village in Odense.
The The Ugly Duckling was used at the Odense's 1000 year anniversary in 1999.


Sculptural and Aesthetic Vintage Cars





Type A Torpedo - Citroën 1919


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 the artist, 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


André-Gustave Citroën (Born February 2, 1878 and died July 3, 1935 in Paris) was a French entrepreneur of Dutch descent. He is remembered chiefly for the make of car named after him.
André-Gustave was the fifth and last child of the Dutch Jewish diamond merchant Levie Citroen and Mazra Kleinmann (of Warsaw, Poland). The Citroen family moved to Paris from Amsterdam in 1873 where the name changed to Citroën.
André was a graduate of the École Polytechnique in 1900. During World War I, he was responsible for mass production of armaments.
André Citroën started converting the ammunition factory of the Quai de Javel in Paris.
Inspired by the industrial model put into practice by Henri Ford in the US, André Citroën decided to import modern working methods in order to manufacture robust, economical cars in large numbers. His ambition was to mass produce cars (he dreamt of a thousand vehicles a day) in order to bring prices down and so to male cars more democratic.
André Citroën quickly introduced a number of innovations in employee facilities at the Javel plant, including a sick bay, a dental surgery and a crèche.
The type A, Citroën's first production car, appeared in June 1919. It was the first mass-produced car to be built in Europe and also the first low-cost car to be sold fully equipped: electric starter and lighting, bonnet, spare wheel and tyre, etc. It was the first French car with a left-hand drive. It was also the first car to be aimed specifically at the general public, designed to be driven by everybody.






Type A Torpedo Front - Citroën 1919

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 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 each.

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





1919 Ford High Body Model-T Coupe Side

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 the artist, 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

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: The grandma in Walth Disneys Donald Duck universe has a car like this - in Lille Fejringhus all of us are Donald Duck fans.
We have a huge collrction of Donald Duck booklets and all JUMBO books. We have seen all the Donald Duck cartoons.
Among my children's toy cars I found the 1919  Ford High Body Model-T Coupe as a small model.
The Ford Model T vehicle changed the thought and transportation patterns of Americans as surely as railroads had altered personal travel in the 1830s was the Ford Model T. Inexpensive and trustworthy, coupes like this 1919 model allowed travelers to go wherever and whenever they pleased.
Henry Ford's words: I will build a car for the great multitude. It will be large enough for the family, but small enough for the individual to run and care for. It will be constructed of the best materials, by the best men to be hired, after the simplest designs that modern engineering can devise. But it will be so low in price that no man making a good salary will be unable to own one—and enjoy with his family the blessing of hours of pleasure in God's great open spaces."
Wikipedia's words: The Ford Model T (colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie, Flivver, T-Model Ford, or T) is an automobile that was produced by Henry Ford's Ford Motor Company from 1908 through 1927. The Model T set 1908 as the historic year that the automobile became popular. It is generally regarded as the first affordable automobile, the car that opened travel to the common middle-class American; some of this was because of Ford's innovations, including assembly line production instead of individual hand crafting, as well as the concept of paying the workers a wage proportionate to the cost of the car, so they would provide a ready made market.[1] The first production Model T was built on September 27, 1908, at the Piquette Plant in Detroit, Michigan. The Model T was the first automobile mass produced on assembly lines with completely interchangeable parts, marketed to the middle class.
There were several cars produced or prototyped by Henry Ford from the founding of the company in 1903 until the Model T came along. Although he started with the Model A, there were not 19 production models (A through T); some were only prototypes. The production model immediately before the Model T was the Model S, an upgraded version of the company's largest success to that point, the Model N. The follow-up was the Ford Model A and not the Model U. Company publicity said this was because the new car was such a departure from the old that Henry wanted to start all over again with the letter A. As it happens, the first Plymouth car (1928), built by competitor Chrysler Corporation, was named the Model U.
The Ford Model T was named the world's most influential car of the twentieth century in an international poll.







1919 Ford High Body Model-T Coupe Front

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 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 each.

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


Same as 1919 Ford High Body Model-T Coupe - Side






Malice 8 N1 1930 or
Ford Model A Transit Bus 1930

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 the artist, 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

I have tried to find out the type and model.
I could not.
So. I constructed my own type and model.
"Malice" is the name of the store - a Flower Store - in which I got it.
It was a steal, it was a bargin.
I never expected to find such wonderful bus as part of a made-up bowl.
I got this precious bus for the price of a made-up bowl.
8 for 8 seats.
N1 for the address of the store Nymarksvej 1.
1930 comes from Ford Model A Transit Bus 1930, which is very much alike this bus.







Malice 8 N1 1930 or
Ford Model A Transit Bus 1930

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 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 each.

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

Same as Ford Model A Transit Bus 1930 - Side





"Ferrari Formula One"

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 the artist, 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

Inspiration: RACING CARS - The Art Dimension. An exhibition at Aros Art Museum in Aarhus, Denmark.
A Ferrari Fornula One from 2002 was exhibited.

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: I am like nearly every other grown up male when it comes to Racing Cars.
I have enjoyed the battle between Fernando Alonso from Spain and the renowned German Michael Schumacher this year in the Formula One World Championship.
Fernando Alonso drives a Renault F1 and he has won the recent World Championship.
Schumacher drives, as you might know, a red Ferrari.
On 21 October this year the final race took place at the Interlagos Circuit in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
The race was quite exciting.
The odds were stacked against the Ferrari star from the outset after technical problems in qualifying left him only tenth on the grid.
Michael Schumacher however was flying.
Slamming in fastest sector times and slicing his way past back markers.
But.
But.
But.
Smoke, oh no smoke.

Smoke from the engine of the Ferrari.
I was excited to see Michael Schumacher's red Ferrari at AROS Denmark on it's own steel podium.
I touched the Ferrari and knocked on it.
I was a little disappointed that it was all made of fiber.
I pushed it - it moved.
Amazing that anybody dears sit in these fragile light plastic boxes at speeds of up to 350 km per hour, that is 220 miles per hour.
In sane you might say.
However the down force ensures they do not fly.
A curious fact is: At 160 km per hour, aerodynamically generated down force is equal to the weight of the car.  In principle these Formula One monsters are capable of driving on the ceiling.







"Lotus 72"

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 the artist, 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.

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Inspiration: RACING CARS - The Art Dimension. An exhibition at Aros Art Museum in Aarhus, Denmark. A Lotus 72.
Drivers: Jochen Rindt, Emerson Fittipaldi, Ronnie Peterson.
Emerson Fittipaldi from Sao Poulo, Brazil is a legend in Formula One Racing.
In this black Lotus 72 he won the Formula One Championship.
The name on the side of the above Lotus 72 is Ronnie Peterson.







"PEUGEOT 906 HDI FAP"

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 the artist, 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

The Le Mans Winning Car 2009.
PEUGEOT 906 HDI FAP was the winning car in Le Mans 2009.
My favorit driver was Tom Kristensen from my country. At 4 o'clock in the morning I was waching TV. I saw the AUDI R 15 having troubles with suction.
Before AUDI has won due to stability during the night.
This time however the suction problems in the AUDI caused loss of speed.
The PEUGEOT 906 increased its lead lap by lap.
The PEUGEOT won.
Tom Kristensen lost. Audi lost. I lost.
A few days ago, however I felt that I won Le Man 2009 afterall.
I bought this tremendous car PEUGEOT 3008. It is a quite new design.
It is a crossover. Driving properties are second to none.
I used to drive Volvo and BMW.
But this PEUGEOT 3008 outperforms anything I have ever tried before.
So, I now feel I won Le Mans afterall by joining the PEUGEOT team.







"Audi R8"

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 the artist, 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.

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Inspiration: RACING CARS - The Art Dimension. An exhibition at Aros Art Museum in Aarhus, Denmark. Here is what I saw. This is an Audi R8 Le Mans racer. Drives: Biela, Germany, Kristensen, Denmark.....
Several times Tom Kristensen from my country - Denmark won Le Mans in this Audi R8.
Tom Kristensen has won Le Mans 6 times.
Other great Le Mans winners are Derek Bell and Jacky Ickx.
Le Mans is a 24 hour race once a year.
Danes that are not present at Le Mans in France are watching TV.
24 hours.
Enthusiastically.






"Nascar"

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 the artist, 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.

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Inspiration: RACING CARS - The Art Dimension. An exhibition at Aros Art Museum in Aarhus, Denmark.
Nascars have differnet looks. I have designed this to be a typical Nascar.







"Sparking Plug"

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 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 each.

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

The sparking plug is the ultimate prerequisite for auto racing.





"Audi R15"

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 the artist, 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


This car participated in Le Mans 2009. Cooling system problems slowed it down.
The Danish driver Tom Kristensen was expected to win another victory in Le Mans.
He became the runner up.



Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - Motor Cycles




"Kawasaki Z1"

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 the artist, 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

Asbjorn Lonvig's words: Sure a Kawasaki Z1 is cool, but I prefer a Harley. Don't tell the Japanese.
Wikipedia's words: The Z1 Kawasaki was a motorcycle introduced in 1972 by Kawasaki Heavy Industries. It has been described as the world's first superbike, but that term is probably more accurately applied to the BSA Rocket 3. The Z1, along with Honda's CB750, introduced the four-cylinder, across the frame, disc-braked layout.
The Z1 Kawasaki was developed in strict secrecy under the project name "New York Steak". Some years previously, Kawasaki, already an established manufacturer of two-stroke motorcycles, decided to make a 750cc 4-cylinder 4-stroke sports motorcycle; they were beaten to the market place by the Honda CB750. Apparently, the bosses at Kawasaki were horrified and ordered their designers to come up with something overwhelmingly better. The subsequent design was a 903cc bike with styling details that took the motorcycling world by storm and set a benchmark against which all future motorcycles would be judged. This iconic motorcycle has a huge and dedicated worldwide following.





"Harley Davidson DYNA"

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 the artist, 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.

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Asbjorn Lonvig's words: My dream is to have a Harley before 2019.
Wikipedia's words: Harley Davidson DYNA is bikes for family design, motorcycles with feature big-twin engines and traditional styling. The transmission system on Harley Davidson DYNA also houses the engine's oil reservoir.



Wind




"Think Wind Power"

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 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 each.

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

Self explanatory.






"Think Wind Power No Text"

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 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 each.

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


Self explanatory.






"Think Wind Power Offshore"

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 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 each.

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Self explanatory.







"Think Wind Power Offshore No Text"

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 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 each.

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


Self explanatory.






"Windmill Blues"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is 8,632
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 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 3,000 each.

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


"Windmill Blues" is inspired by 4 positions of the blades on a wind turbine.







"Windmill Blues Grey"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is 8,632
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 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 3,000 each.

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


"Windmill Blues" is inspired by 4 positions of the blades on a wind turbine.






"Wind Turbine Sunrise"

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 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 each.

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"Wind Turbine Sunrise" is inspired by the Wind Turbine Industry. In my country we have the largest wind turbine manufacturer and we have another company which is the best offshore wind turbine manufacturer. The names of the companies are VESTAS and Siemens Wind Power.







"Wind Turbine Sunset"

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 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 each.

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


See "Wind Turbine Sunrise" above.







"Wind Turbine Early Morning"

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 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 each.

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


See "Wind Turbine Sunrise" above.


Flowers



"Anemone"

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 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 each.

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

"Anemone" is inspired by Cicely Saunders, who opened the first hospice, St. Christophers in London.
She said: "You matter because you are you. - You matter to the last moment of your life,
and we will do all we can not only to help you die peacefully, but to live until you die." and by the flora of my country.
The flower series is made for decoration in every single room in St. Mary Hospice in Vejle, Denmark. When a patient dies a postcard or small serigraph print with this motif
have shown to bring great consolation to the surviving relatives.







"Bindweed"

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 the artist, 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


See "Anemone" above.







"Columbine"

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 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 each.

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


See "Anemone" above.







"Cranes Bill"

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 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 each.

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


See "Anemone" above.







"Dandelion"

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 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 each.

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See "Anemone" above.







"Iris"

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 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 each.

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


See "Anemone" above.








"Marguerite"

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 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 each.

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


See "Anemone" above.







"Violet"

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 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 each.

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


See "Anemone" above.



Fairy Tale Characters





"Sleep-Sheep"

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 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 each.

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


Sleep-Sheep is inspired by a sheep in a Fairy Tale. Asbjorn Lonvig have written some Fairy Tales that together forms a UNIVERS. All Fairy Tale Characters are drawn in a whimsical way. The UNIVERSE is bound together by the colors used and the line in the Fairy Tale Characters.  The Fairy Tale Characters are supposed to be used in different contexts, for instance in children's clothing






"Tall-Charlie"

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 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 each.

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


See "Sleep-Sheep" above.







"Crab-Mac-Claw"

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 the artist, 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


See "Sleep-Sheep" above.







"Octo-Pus"

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 the artist, 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


See "Sleep-Sheep" above.






"Hippo-Cam-Pus"

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 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 each.

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


See "Sleep-Sheep" above.






"Frederic the Frog"

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 the artist, 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


See "Sleep-Sheep" above.






"Bernhard"

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 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 each.

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


See "Sleep-Sheep" above.



Special Selection





"Visual Knowledge"

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 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 each.

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


Self explanatory.







"9 Bernhards"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is 8,632
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 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 3,000 each.

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


"9 Bernhards" is inspired by creating children's clothing (Lonvig by MINYMO) on the basis of the Bernhard Fairy Tale Character. When the clothing design is finished I converts some of the decoration elements into art work. People that saw this art work called it "WARHOL".







"Funky Banana"

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 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 each.

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


"Funky Banana" is inspired by creating children's clothing (Lonvig by MINYMO) on the basis of the Bernhard Fairy Tale Character. When the clothing design is finished I write a Fairy Tale in order to explain how the original Bernhard in red becomes Bernhard in funy colors. He of course eet a Funky Banana. See the story.







"9 Trouts"

1 x Inks on canvas, size: 84 x 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is 8,632
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 84 cm (33.1” x 33.1”)
Price is US$ 3,000 each.

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


"9 Trouts" is inspired by fish farming in my country. The company Dantrout won the regional initiative price in 2009. And I was asked to make a motif for the celebration. Fish, water, lakes, rivers, oceans have always been some of my favorite themes.
And ad this: I found out that my grandfather Kristian Jensen was one of the founders of Dantrout.
No doubt, I was inspired. I even wrote a Fairy Tale about it. See the story.




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 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.

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

 
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

 
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

 
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

 
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

 
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

The Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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 Miscellaneous Collection, Sculptural and Aesthetic Vehicles - 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