HØSTSABBAT 2019

Thank you everyone who came to Høstsabbat this year. With great response after this year, we got some crazy plans for 2020….

Putting up the stage // Linda K. Røed

“Blue Velvet” main piece for this years exhibition in the crypt

Live with Linda and drone music

One of the designs I did for the merch this year

“Sign of an open eye”

“Cosmic Womb”

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THE OLD CITY OF MONTMARTRE

My last day in Paris, and I had to see the old city of Montmartre. My mom told me that I should check out the amazing Sacré-Coeur. It was drawn by the arcitecht Paul Abadie in roman style.


300 steps up in the dome was totally worth it to get this view!


Had an hour of sunlight, and got to check out the amazing architecture on a close level.


Gargoyles.


And the darkness came.


Even the light showed itself…


And this little guy followed me around.


After seeing the church I started walking down to see the old cemetary of Montmartre.


A little snack on the go…


Empty graveyard. So many beautiful graves and ornaments.

Crosses in gothic style.


Ten minutes walk to the downtown, just because I had to stand outside Moulin Rouge to take a picture.


Paris, I will be back. I felt in love with you. Met so many nice people. So many beautiful places.

Au revoir!!!!

❤️❤️❤️

THE ALLMIGHTY NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL IN PARIS

Most if the people who knows me knows that I have this obsession with churches, temples and cathedrals. I collect crosses and pictures of saints and holy statues. Visiting Notre Dame was by far one of my big wishes.


Beeing inside was absolutely amazing. The art, the ornaments and all the gold. Inspiration everywhere!


I also didnt notice the big horde of securities right in front of me, so I almost ran down the priest. He was covered in gold with his hat and gown. He just smiled, stopped in the middle of all the people and gave me a blessing. Might meen that I can finally have some better luck for 2017. Who knows!


So much inspiration for art, my brain is going in full speed!


Might have to visit another time just to collect more inspo.


The goat. One of my favorites.


Gargoyles never gets old either.


Probably spent more money on christmas ornaments and crosses then food. Oh well…

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