Snefnug Studios
Welcome to Snefnug Studio! For all of you non-Scandinavians out there, "Snefnug" means "Snowflake" in Danish. My husband is a true Dane and when we got married, I wanted to include him in my artistic endeavors, so I asked him for Danish words for all kinds of things (Butterfly, Rainbow - you get the "drift). I finally asked him what was Danish for snowflake and he said, "Snefnug". I liked it. So now all of you know a little bit of Danish too! Have fun going through the site. As you can see, I paint alot of different subjects, and they are all transparent watercolor, so have fun browsing and above all, enjoy yourselves at Snefnug Studio.
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Kristin Dam
Villa La Corniche
57 Blvd. de Super-Cannes
Vallauris 06220 France
0493635447
kikiedam@gmail.com
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June is Jumpin’

Lots has happened this month - some not so great and some fabulous so I guess you could say that the Universe is balancing things out for me.  First, I did not get into the juried show for the Idaho Watercolor Society - I will also add much to the astonishment of friends and family.  However one must keep in mind that the jurying process is completely subjective - so what stands out for one person, won’t for someone else.  Such is the life of any artist whether the genre is music, dance, painting, writing…you name it.  I did take the workshop presented by the Juror, Susan Webb Tregay, which I found really useful and gleaned a lot of great information.  Oh and I learned a lot too!  I had also entered the same painting in another juried show, this one a national exhibition at the Pleiades Gallery in New York City running from July 15 - August 7.  Well I found out last week that I DID get into that show….again with the SAME PAINTING….but a different juror and a different set of eyes.  So you see - everything is totally subjective.  This is nice getting into this exhibition as the juror is M. Stephen Doherty, the Editor -in-Chief of American Artist, Watercolor, Drawing and Workshop magazines as well as a published author on many art books and is an artist himself.  So “Mr. Hooper’s Garden” will be going to the Big Apple for a few weeks to hang.  Great news for me as that painting was my “sick” painting - in other words, while I was ill this winter and couldn’t paint, I had all this time to think about how to work on it.  So something paid off for all of those hours I lay on the sofa!  Hopefully all the good vibes keep going!!!!

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