Tagged: Carla Danziger

Book review: Without Direction

Carla Danziger Albany, Calif. Author Roy Johannesen published Without Direction, his first novel, in 2012 at age 70. Johannesen, whose father was Norwegian, was born in Brooklyn. Retired from a professional career in healthcare,...

Beauty in all things

“The Exceptional Everyday” exhibit in Washington, D.C., highlights Norwegian artists and designers By Carla Danziger McClean, Va. Imagine spilling a glass of red wine on a white floral damask tablecloth—and instead of staining it,...

A sculptor’s magic touch

Norwegian-American artist Constance Bergfors talks about her love of sculpting By Carla Danziger Norwegian American Weekly Constance Bergfors knows wood, its colors, its scents, its rhythms, its feel. She has been sculpting hardwoods –...

The untold story

Norwegian Holocaust survivor Irene Berman speaks at Kristallnacht commemoration service By Carla Danziger Norwegian American Weekly Irene Levin Berman, author of “We are Going to Pick Potatoes: Norway and the Holocaust, The Untold Story,”...

Ready to read!

Great books with a Norwegian connection to give and receive this Christmas By Tiffanie Davis Norwegian American Weekly “West Oversea: A Norse Saga of Mystery, Adventure and Faith” by Lars Walker “West Oversea” is...

61˚ 10’ 00” North Latitude: Encounters and Memories

Five Virginia women artists’ dynamic images and personal impressions of their journey to the villages and fjords of Norway in 2005 and 2007—will be exhibited at the Montpelier Center for Arts and Education in...