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Thank God for Loney Dear

Last weekend I went to an E P I C concert.

Mr. Emil Svanängen a.k.a. Loney Dear shared his magical music in Hedvig Eleonora, a beautiful church from 1737, located in central Stockholm. Saturday’s concert was just as magical as the first time I heard him at Way Out West in Gothenburg last year. I’m so glad my friend Andy introduced me to his unique music! Loney Dear is a tremendous composer, beyond comparison. I just love how he creates realms that noone else can – whether on a festival or in a church, he creates magic in the moment! Mr. Emil Svanängen is one of Sweden’s most precious treasures. Thank you Loney Dear for a wonderful concert!


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notes by me

Notes by me...

My memory flows in sounds, shapes, colors, and textures that merge in endless variations to capture the beauty of a moment.
Artistic love and inner creativity are the responses to our senses which see, feel and experience the world around us.   
Whether it is my voice, my body, or my inner being that takes shape in the art of theatre, dance, music, paint or poetry, I’ve been in constant expression of my creative soul as long as I can remember.  Design flows through me into my space, and through my hands as a painting comes alive or as a piece of jewellery unfolds for the body that it adorns.
Gratitude energises my breath as I cherish my experiences that have moulded me.

My journey as an actress, singer, dancer, teacher and TV-host, have been gems to learn from, and have given me the ways to express my beauty and love for art and this world.
The Swedish natural countryside cultivated a vibrant imagination. As a kid I remember the change of seasons and how Mother Earth taught me to flow and connect with my free spirit. She continues to strengthen my will every day.  Today I paint my nails, put on lipstick and eye-shadow with the same childish play that I did in kindergarten.

Acceptance of the inner spirit reveals pure freedom that shows truth in contradictions. We become innocent like kids in summer swimming naked. We’re always just kids with different dresses, different places and we’re always free to travel the world around us, or the world within.


         / Seaturtle







p.s. thank you Aria Natasha Kothari, for constantly inspiring me and for mirroring me when needed. d.s.