Thursday, 25 August 2011

Apple art - day two

Emma Karp Lundström's live art installation during the Fika Square pop up has really started to take shape on the second day of the event. More colourful apples were delivered, and despite the wet morning Emma carried on creating the apple art piece.

Boxes of colourful apples

Maney people who walked past the Fika Square event asked what we were doing and wanted to come in and have a look.

Emma depicts nature and plants in graphic art and watercolors. She also paints with apples and potatoes. She studied art for 10 year including a masters degreed and followed in the footsteps of her parents who are both artist and work within Apple Art.

Apple art is taking shape

Amongst her many instillation, every year Emma produces the 108 square metre apple art work for the Kivik Apple Market & Autumn Festival. This year’s apple picture is her 11th, the market is celebrating 24 years. Emma’s apple picture attracts 100 000 visitors in September each year, 70 000 nails are used to hold up 35 000 apples.

Emma at the Fika Square event

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