This is my (David Elboth) homepage and blog. I am 63 years old and originate from Oslo. I now live in Nittedal (Norway). My main interest is my family. Other interests are: writing articles and books (Open Source and Linux), on-grid/off-grid-solutions, and astrophysics (I have a master’s degree in astrophysics), running, swimming, and I also play some chess. I am married to Vigdis Enge. I have three children: Simon, Håvard and Julie. I have Scottish heritage.
Pictures from my artistic family
In this section we have some paintings made by my son, Simon. In this section we have some paintings made by my son, Simon. Simon works as a veterinarian at the Larvik clinic. One of his great hobbies is photography. He is also a great artist.
The next picture is made of clay. It shows fossilized dinosaur bones turned to stone. Everyone learns in school that that dinosaur skeletons are bones turned to stone. Mineralrich water percolated through the earthly remains of the ancient reptiles, transforming their osteology into something much harder over time. This clay is just homemade. Below I have some more pictures made by Simon and also some pictures made by my wife, Vigdis Enge.
Below I have some pictures made by my cousin Eleanor Fein.
For more pictures painted by Eleanor Fein, visit her homepage. Her daughter, Martha Fein is a professional mixed media artist specialising in supernatural photorealism. Her work excites and uplifts, drawing inspiration from the natural world to create uniquely whimsical trompe l’oeil paintings. See some of her pictures below.
For more pictures painted by Martha Fein, visit her homepage.
Pictures from Scotland