Honningsvåg harbor, boat reflections, May 13, 2020.
Every year around 30,000 tourists visit Honningvåg Kirke. Unlike the spectacular cathedrals in Rome, it is a modest timber church that seats 220 people. But within it’s walls awaits a remarkable story of endurance, and determination and hope. Built in 1885, Honningsvåg Kirke is the oldest building on the island of Magerøya. No other buildingsContinue reading “A Little Church with A Story to Tell”
Looking out the window of my art studio each day, I watch fishermen anchor their boats at the pier while seagulls glide through the air and perch on the neighboring boat houses. Gazing to the left of my office, I can see a statue, called “Vind” (Wind) which was erected in September of this year.Continue reading “I Believe the Children Are Our Future”
Once upon a time, a little town called Kjelvik had the largest population on the island of Magerøya. In fact, the entire municipality was named after it. Kids played on the shore, fishermen sailed out to sea, and I imagine that the inhabitants never expected that their everyday lives would be violently disrupted. But WorldContinue reading “Whispers from the Past: A Hike to Kjelvik”