The Kalevala Dress by Kirsi Neuvonen, is a playful take on the work of Akseli Gallen-Kallela (Finnish artist, 1865–1931). He deeply influenced the Finnish national identity. The dress depicted belonged to his wife, Mary Gallen-Kallela
Let the days of the rock. Joseph Alanen. The Kalevala.
Joyce Koskenmaki. oil on canvas 20''x20'' ''As he sat and played the music... Nothing was there in the forest ...which came not near to listen.. And the lynxes shared the pleasure... To the Kantele to listen...'' RUNO XII, 25.
Joyce Koskenmaki. I have come to bring you tidings.. Vanished from you is the fair one...'' RUNO IV, 25-7
Joyce Koskenmaki. Artwork : The Bear oil on linen 31x25'' SOLD ''Welcome, Otso, be thy coming, Honey-pawed, who now approachest To our dwelling, freshly scoured, To our household, now so charming'''' RUNO XLVI, 190
led by american architect & professor, travis price, the kalevalakehto/shaman's haven of the kalevala was the result of an international exchange among finnish & american students of architecture. it was designed during a 9-day intensive charette at the embassy of finland in washington, dc in january & constructed in helsinki by the students over 9 days in late august. the design of the installation is inspired by the themes of the finnish epic kalevala: the myth of the 7 eggs of the…