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Golden moment: "My Die-Cast Soul" by Hedi Xandt.

Creative “Skull-ptures” by Hedi Xandt

German-born artist, Hedi Xandt, created these beautiful “skull-ptures” using a variety of materials. The skull-ptures combine the aesthetics of naturally shaped bone with state-of-the-art and experimental production techniques.

Surrealist Images of Levitating Buildings – Fubiz Media

Surrealist Images of Levitating Buildings

The Norwegian artist Espen Dietrichson, is inspired by decomposed views of building. The artist creates surrealist images of levitating building.

"By the fjord" by Norwegian painter Hans Dahl (1849-1937). Hordaland

Dahl Hans (Norwegian) 1849 to 1937 By The FJord O C by cm - Hans Dahl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

<p>Loving the dark, intense universe of Norwegian artist Hedi Xandt; his impressive sculptures are an amazing mix of styles and materials. “I believe in diversity. Coming from a creative family compos

Creative “Skull-ptures” by Hedi Xandt

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A conversation with Norwegian artist Lars Aukrust

Controlled serendipity: a conversation with Norwegian artist Lars Aukrust Victoria Hofmo Brooklyn, N.

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These moody oil landscapes are by renowned Norwegian artist Ørnulf Opdahl . To see more of his work go to Galleri Haaken .

Edvard Munch, The Sick Girl, 1896, Colour lithograph on paper, 44,5 x 56,7 cm, National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh

MUNCH Edvard Munch: Norwegian (Løten (Hedmark) 1863 Ekely (Oslo)) - The Sick Girl, Colour lithograph on paper, x cm (National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh)

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