Looking back…20202020 was a year of transition on many levels. I worked on my Transit exhibition, a huge project that has captivated me completely. The exhibition was originally planned for September 2020 in Malmö, Sweden, but given the “transition” the world has gone through this year and the current uncertainties, I have decided to shift it to 2021. Dates and more details will follow later. For glimpses of Transit, please check out my Instagram and Facebook.Another aspect ot “transit” is that I have moved to a dream location east of Malmö. I now live surrounded by trees and meadows and my new amazing studio is currently taking shape here, right next to my home in the most inspiring surroundings possible. I look forward to welcoming you here! 2019 I spent this year working on commissions as well as Transit. This demanded all of my time, so aside from the Open House at my studio, I only had one very special exhibition, WORDS, with record-breaking sales in support of freedom of speech. There was also a very special adventure in 2019… one that resulted in 82-year-old Lennart, a true MacGyver, getting a much needed lathe. And I, along with the friends that made it possible, got the experience of a lifetime. The story is here, and trust me, it’s worth a read. 2018After years of preparation and intense work, I showed my metal books and other works at my EX LIBRIS exhibition in Valletta in May 2018. In October 2018 my portrait of assassinated Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was unveiled by then President Antonio Tajani at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, where the portrait now hangs permanently by the Press Conference Room, named after the fearless investigative journalist.