Friday, 8 April 2011

The opening of Distant Friends

Before the storm...

...and during the storm :) It was crowded!

I talked with so many people and at the same time I didn't have time to talk to anyone, you know how it is. It was a great but crazy evening!!

Here are a few more persons I met:
Just before leaving, and way to short, Mariana Massarani
Beatrice Alemagna made me very happy by buying one of my drawings :) She told me she is planning something with Jockum Nordström, can't wait to see what that will be!
Long time web-friends - Natascha Rosenberg and Blanca Helga
Carll Cneut (Carll, you have to update your website!)
Cecilia Ramieri
Harriet Russell who had a brand new book ready for the fair.
Ana Castagnoli
Adolfo Serra
Violeta Lupiz
Mina, Aurora, Cristina and Violetta.
I know it was many more... but right now I can't remember... my apologies.

Ana also had an opening , the evening before, for her latest book "Nine stories about love"


Little Green Doll said...

Congratulations for this great success!! :)

emma lewis said...

it looks wonderful, congratulations! how lovely that Beatrice Alemagna bought a drawing!

paula lindblom said...

Hej Camilla!

Följer din blogg och blir glad över det du bloggar!
Grattis till utställning!!!

Önskar dig lycka till och så hoppas jag att vi springer på varandra någon dag...

Allt gott!


gracia said...

What a giddy frenzy! g xo

beatrice alemagna said...

Hi Camilla, It was great to meet you! xxx

Natascha Rosenberg said...

It was a pleasure to meet you (in person) too!

ibb said...

Congratulations for the great success and for meeting so great artists.

serra said...

great show!!!
Happy to see your artwork so close!! (and Ana´s) and happy to meet you both.

Elisabeth - said...

OJ vilken suverän uppslutning i en helt dundervacker miljö - GRATTIS!!!

Sara said...

thanks for sharing your list of friends' it was fun to see new work, and also congratulations on your show- it is good news to have so many people at your opening!

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