Tatler Homes Singapore, October 2016

You can find the full article about the Villeroy & Boch party in the October issue of Tatler Homes Singapore. During this amazing evening I finished 6 paintings, altogether the #Quinsai art collection has 8 pieces. Each piece is made out of acyrlic, ink, handmade papers, resin, sand, marble and care. Currently they are exhibited at Departures & Arrivals a lifestyle interior store in Singapore. Departures & Arrivals Would you like to see more of my art Art website ThankRead more

Getting ready for the exhibition at The Volvo Artloft, Singapore

  Today I feel more like an event planner that an artist, but that is part of exhibiting. On the 3rd of October we have an opening reception. Followed by a workshop on the 4th of October and an art talk on the 8th at 7 pm at The Volvo Art Loft. I hope to see many of you, and I am working on sending out invitations. The picture above is my work in mixed media using photographs and acrylics. TodayRead more

24 meters of paintings and still counting…

A few of the paintings that will fly to Australia to be packed into a car and go on a road trip. Julia I am glad that we can take the top off because I have more than these. Yesterday I took out all the paintings that I have been working on for the last year. I started to select and chose for different exhibitions and maybe most importantly to see what key pieces that I was missing. To workRead more

Sketching and stretching

To me sketching is as important as stretching. It is a way of finding new compositions and new expressions. Like a brainstorm with a brush to create a new painting. These sketches have been done with Chinese ink and acrylic. Ink is one of my favorite mediums to use. I realise that I often come back to the same symbols in my art, these kind of Asian ladies has been with me since childhood. Today they look different, but IRead more

Chinatown blue wall

The story of the painting: Two ladies are on their way to work, wishing that the evening will be short. A couple are on their way to dinner. The blue wall refers to a sense of freedom and time off. Painting on photo in mixed media from Chinatown, Singapore.  Read more

Has moving changed my art?

I have a friend who is researching how a new culture and country will influence your art. After moving to Singapore from Sweden I have seen and be influenced a lot from the Asian architecture, contemporary art and antiques. I have also for the first time as an artist grown an increasing interest to capture the nature in my work. I am passionate about the colours in the rainforest and it’s thick form of different shapes of green that sometimesRead more