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Studies of Reality. By Naja Abelsen

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Studies from both Greenland and Denmark, where I live. Many takes 4-5 hours to draw, love sitting outside and study! Just too seldom I do this training...some of the studies are done while having students; I draw 5-10 minutes, then guiding/walking round to the students draw 5-10 minutes and round again, very lovely working form!

The german boat "Trivia", colour pencil drawing 2012. Study performed at Aeroeskoebing Harbour. Available as A3-photoprint 400 DKK / 54 Euro. By Naja Abelsen. STUDIES OF REALITY -


Study of the danish replica vikingship: "Havhingsten af Glendalough". The worlds biggst viking ship. And very fine. By Naja Abelsen, Denmark. 2013


Ilulissat Icefiord, Greenland. Ink. Naja Abelsen. 2010. Drawn by night under the midnight sun...Available as A3-photoprint 400 DKK / 54 Euro. STUDIES OF REALITY - (sold)


"Sorte Sara" (Black Sara) Ink study done on the Harbour in the evening sun by Naja Abelsen. 2012. The boat is now sold to a german museum. Commission work: original belongs to former shipowner.


An Aquarelle study made on the schooner Fylla, while having art students on the ship! Done with lots of smaller or bigger brakes as the sailing took place, with sails moved from the one to the other side, or the crew wanting us to move away while taking sails down etc etc. A3. 2014. By Naja Abelsen

4 quick pencil studies done while sailing past the Island Avernakø in the archipelago of southern Funen, Denmark. Summer 2014. Loved that sailing trip! A3. by Naja Abelsen

study aboard the danish schooner Fylla, drew it in 2013. This year I and my companion offer a drawing/watercolur course on her, can't wait till week 32! By Naja Abelsen, Denmark

Study abord the schooner Fylla. 2013, This year I offer a summercourse on her, with drawing lessons while sailing, cant wait till week 32! By Naja Abelsen, Denmark

Video of Sketching in Ilulissat - Art Exhibition project by Naja Abelsen

Video of Art Studies 2011, for Aeroe Museum. By Naja Abelsen.