Timo Rönkä, who has been sharing mail in Lappeenranta for more than 40 years, is leaving to study fine art - the harmonica once took Finland, but painting has always been a passion.
Painter Timo Rönkä, 61, from Lappeenranta, appreciates people who do their dream work. He now strives for the same himself without forgetting the gig.
In Timo Röngä's cramped studio, dozens of bottles and billboards lean against each other. One portrait left under another painting is a little torn.
- My wife always bosses and bounces me, so I painted a picture of her. The name of this is Arja-Marjatta first - the queen of Lavola, the artist tells about her work.
A new page is turning in the life of Röngä, 61, who has been painting all his life.
The man, who has worked as a postman for more than 40 years, will start his studies in August at the Repin Institute in Kotka, which is a branch of the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts. More...