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    Aisha Irma Ramadanovic | ART
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Breast line | framed, A4, one line, watercolour paper, rose pastel | 31.10.2018
Breast line | framed, A4, one line, watercolour paper, rose pastel | 31.10.2018
Curiosity | framed, A4, marker paper, ink | 18.10.2018
Curiosity | framed, A4, marker paper, ink | 18.10.2018
Chloé | 65x49 | one line - filled in, rose gouache, acrylic paper| 07.11.18 | Unsigned, will be signed | SOLD
Chloé | 65x49 | one line - filled in, rose gouache, acrylic paper| 07.11.18 | Unsigned, will be signed | SOLD
Chloé Taxi | 65x49, framed 80x60 | one line, rose pastel | 07.11.2018 | Unsigned, will be signed
Chloé Taxi | 65x49, framed 80x60 | one line, rose pastel | 07.11.2018 | Unsigned, will be signed
25 years ago, I came to Denmark. My mum, dad and grandmother fled with me from Bosnia because of the Balkan war in ‘93. We fled with nothing of value, but some gold coins that my dad had inherited from his father. We used the golden coins to make deals and get us as far away from Bosnia as possible. When we arrived in Denmark my father was left with no coins. He did though burry some in the basement of his house in Zvornik. 10 years after the war we went back to Bosnia and my dads house, where someone else was now living. From the basement my dad dug up the coins he had hid, luckily they where still there. He passed them on to my brother and me. One of them is the one you see in the photo above. Recently I’ve made it into a necklace, it is very precious and sensitive for me. It carries my family’s history, and I carry it with pride.
25 years ago, I came to Denmark. My mum, dad and grandmother fled with me from Bosnia because of the Balkan war in ‘93. We fled with nothing of value, but some gold coins that my dad had inherited from his father. We used the golden coins to make deals and get us as far away from Bosnia as possible. When we arrived in Denmark my father was left with no coins. He did though burry some in the basement of his house in Zvornik. 10 years after the war we went back to Bosnia and my dads house, where someone else was now living. From the basement my dad dug up the coins he had hid, luckily they where still there. He passed them on to my brother and me. One of them is the one you see in the photo above. Recently I’ve made it into a necklace, it is very precious and sensitive for me. It carries my family’s history, and I carry it with pride.
Marla the third in her new home.  Thank you for sharing and for the support, @nannasvejborg 🕊
Marla the third in her new home. Thank you for sharing and for the support, @nannasvejborg 🕊
Marla the third | 65x49, framed 80x60 | one line - filled in, prussian blue gouache, acrylic paper| 05.11.18 | SOLD
Marla the third | 65x49, framed 80x60 | one line - filled in, prussian blue gouache, acrylic paper| 05.11.18 | SOLD
Nameless | A4, prussian blue gouache | 19.10.18
Nameless | A4, prussian blue gouache | 19.10.18
my Mathilda, with all her veins and scars #inspiration
Marla the second | one line - filled in, A4, prussian blue gouache | 31.10.18
Marla the second | one line - filled in, A4, prussian blue gouache | 31.10.18
Marla | one line - filled in, A4, black pen | 25.10.18
Marla | one line - filled in, A4, black pen | 25.10.18
Breast line | A4, one line, watercolour paper, rose pastel | 31.10.2018
Breast line | A4, one line, watercolour paper, rose pastel | 31.10.2018
Yesterday evening I went for a drive through Copenhagen with a friend. We spoke about dreams and the future - They were high and it was far.
Yesterday evening I went for a drive through Copenhagen with a friend. We spoke about dreams and the future - They were high and it was far.
Gry the second | A4, Marker paper, black marker | 04.10.2018
Gry the second | A4, Marker paper, black marker | 04.10.2018
Gustave | one line, A4, drawing paper, ink | 18.10.2018
Gustave | one line, A4, drawing paper, ink | 18.10.2018
Eugene | A3, watercolour paper, black marker, prussian blue gouache | 23.10.2018
Eugene | A3, watercolour paper, black marker, prussian blue gouache | 23.10.2018