acousticautumncontest-3-whiteoceanWe continue our little series of autumn contests. This year we want to get to know YOUR favorite works of art for autumn. In exchange for the most inspiring answers, we will be giving away wonderful Danish acoustic/folk CDs to you.

This week Good because Danish would like to find out about the painting, that reminds you of autumn or that you go back to look at during this time of the year. What’s your most beloved autumn painting?

We will give away one copy of white ocean‘s album “Haze” to the lucky winner, who will charm us the most with her/his choice!

To take part in today’s contest, send a mail with the subject “Acoustic Autumn Contest #3” and your favorite autumn painting with a short explanation until Friday, 21. November 2014 to Don’t forget to also include your address into the mail!

To give you some inspiration for your answer, we asked Jesper from white ocean about his special autumn painting:

“Here is a autumn painting that I appreciate. It is by Danish artist Jens Søndergaard (1895 – 1957). The name is “Hav. Storm” – “Stormy Sea”. The painting I have known for a while. Again this autumn when I have visited the Danish national gallery – Statens Museum for Kunst – I was reminded about its power. Beautiful colours and the four huge persons standing by the sea. It is big and impressive. Hanging there together with other Søndergaard paintings showing different landscapes and seasons, “Hav. Storm” is a painting of a storm – an autumn storm.”

white ocean painting

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