A visit at the artist Karl Axel Pehrson´s studio <<



We had the opportunity to visit Karl Axel Pehrson in his home and studio on a fantastic autumn day.

Karl Axel Pehrson is very disciplined; he paints daily, working accurately and systematically.

Before each painting he makes a pencil sketch which serves as the model for the painting.

Many of the pictures can be viewed in enlarged versions by clicking on the pictures.

We photographed thirteen of his paintings. Click here to view Karl Axel Pehrson´s paintings. A few of these paintings are for sale.

Karl Axel Pehrsons´s sketch. Click on the picture for an enlarged version.
The sketch which served as the model for the painting to the right.

Karl Axel Pehrson working.
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The final result - the painting "Ectra".
     

Karl Axel Pehrson was one of the first artists to be featured in Enjoy Scandinavian Art. Here we show him what Enjoy Scandinavian Art looks like today.

Karl Axel is a very talented, versatile and social person. In the picture to the right he is playing a jazz melody for us.

Karl Axel spelar.
Karl Axel Pehrson is showing his fishing game for Emil.

Karl Axel Pehrson´s fishing game. Click on the picture for an enlarged version.
Karl Axel Pehrson is demonstrating his fishing game which he has designed and made in four copies. The game has a number of dice which are thrown for each turn. The result of each throw symbolizes different weather situations which affect the luck of fishing. A fantastic, well-made game with pikes, pearch and pike-pearch. Click on the picture above for an enlarged version.

Karl Axel Pehrson and the golden beetle. Click on the picture for an enlarged version.

Karl Axel Pehrsonl has always had a big interest in beetles. He gave his beetle collection to the Swedish Museum of Natural History a few years ago.

To the left, Karl Axel is showing the Golden Beetle which he has designed. The Golden Beetle is the Swedish film award. Click on the image for an enlarged version.

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More beetles...
     

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