Painting Projects

Today, I have been to the School of Art taking photos of my works from the second year. It is more difficult to get a great photo of a painting than I thought it would be!

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These three paintings are the result of my project aiming to paint the living room, focusing on the different moods and changes in the atmosphere:

Here is an extract from my artist statement regarding these paintings; ‘I would say that my art is about feelings and connection. Feelings of subtle changes and feelings about space and light. I make art about whatever speaks to me, whatever I can connect with. (…).
In painting this semester, I have tried to capture the essence of my living room in the changing environment. As I started off painting my pictures in the winter, they became very dark and mysterious, a place you would not feel comfortable staying in by yourself. From then on, I have tried to create more light in my paintings as the seasons’ change and result are a much happier and cozier living room that is portrayed. The subject is still the same, a sofa, chairs and a table, I have only added a few details and focused on the differences in the light and darkness’.

I made these four paintings in the first semester last year. The first painting is an abstract representation of the back of the School of Art and the other three are flower studies.

I will shortly update you on my painting project that I am working on this semester.

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Staging an Exhibition

Today I helped staging an exhibition, Alternative Facts, that is being displayed at the School of Art from the 22 May until 29 September. This exhibition were a part of my undergraduate module “Staging an Exhibition” held by Harry Heuser. In the beginning of this semester, we chose three objects each and throughout this module, we have been taught how to write labels, introductory text panels and how to display the artwork.

Alternative Facts poster

If you are interested, you are very welcome to come and take a look at our exhibition!