Artwork. The Four Seasons by Echi Aaberg. Winter Spring Summer Autumn

Artwork. The Four Seasons by Echi Aaberg. Winter Spring Summer Autumn

Artwork. The Four Seasons by Echi Aaberg. Winter Spring Summer Autumn. Which season do you prefer? All of them have good points.

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The Four Seasons by Echi Aaberg:

In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. By Albert Camus.


The Four season. Winter by Echi Aaberg

Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come. By Robert H. Schuller.


The Four Seasons. Spring by Echi Aaberg

Some people plant in the spring and leave in the summer. If you’re signed up for a season, see it through. You don’t have to stay forever, but at least stay until you see it through. Jim Rohn.


The Four Seasons. Summer by Echi Aaberg

Designers want me to dress like Spring, in billowing things. I don’t feel like Spring. I feel like a warm red Autumn. By Marilyn Monroe.


The Four Seasons. Autumn by Echi Aaberg

Definitely: People don’t notice whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy. By Anton Chekhov.

About Echi Aaberg: Born in Laponia Sweden. Her paintings reflect moments of the abstract and concrete present,that sometimes hit us hard and sometimes touches our consciousness. The tracks – maybe visible, maybe invisible.

Congratulations, Echi, for such a fantastic artwork!

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Echi Aaberg, born 1948 in Laponia the very north of Sweden. Three years of education at the School of Art in Simrishamn. The paintings reflects moments of meetings with the abstract and concrete present as sometimes strikes me with great power and sometimes just touch my consciousness. The tracks - maybe visible, maybe invisible! Working with aquarelle, acrylic, oil colors, charcoal, crayons, tempera, graphic, photo, collage and design.

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