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PRINTING POSTERS

It’s summer time in Sweden. The tempo has slowed down a bit and in the warm days even I prefer to be outside instead of being in from of my computer.

Anyhow, today it’s time to print some posters for the upcoming exhibition in Österlen.

If you want to join us for the vernissage here we go, all the informations you need and if you want to meet me personally I will be there only that day.

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The after-vernissage

Wow – over 170 persons came to my vernissage last friday night.  It was Amazing to have so many admires.

The local press GP wrote a huge article about me, my Life and the Project and it just came out in time for the vernissage.

In fact a few, never met Before persons, just came by to see the exhibition.

I will share in a short while some Picture from the evening, but here some of the impressions that people left behind on my guest book.

“Earthshaking, Earth-shattering”! – Is there a Nobel Prize in photography? Best – Deborah

“Underbara foton, tänkvärda, viktiga, nära, naket” Tack – Frida”

“Cornelia, eres una mujer maravillosa y brillante y eso se refleja claramente en tus fototografias. Con tu cámara no sólo captas la belleza física de un cuerpo, desnudo sino algo más profundo, el alma. Felicitationes y buena suerte. Besos Tania”

 

I would like to thank you all for coming and beeing part of this great evening, for all the attention, the flowers, chocolate and teas.

For you tears, smiles and hugs. To these wonderful violinists Ingrid Kytöharju and Diana Lewtak for giving the evening a special musical emotion.

I am happy to share such moments with you coz. there is so much need of love, and reflection in those stressy times.

Carpe diem

Cornelia

 

SUCCESS

I am thrilled av all attention that I got during the vernissage. Over 100 persons came and looked at the pictures and the texts of these wonderful people.
Drinks, food, live music with gitarrist Thomas Andersson completed the evening. Lovely weather outside (for once not raining) made it easier to walk and
visit many places in Goteborg that night. Here some of the vernissage pictures: