Unexpected artsy Oslo: modern to contemporary part 1

Traditional gallery Most visitors go to national galleries or the main galleries for embracing “artistic” and for some to sound “cooler” on associating the art world or to have seen artworks by famous artists. Although some of the visitors are not that “artsy” in heart, they must have known some of the artists’ names as…

Feature fine quirky Artist: Erik Thor Sandberg

Based on the definition of Figurative art on the Tate Modern website, it is “a form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world and particularly to the human figure”, ” it can be seen as distinct from modern realism and post-impressionism.” Artist Mr. Eric Thor Sandberg is featured in the October…

Feature abstract creative: Juliana Do

Based on the definition of Abstract art on the Tate website, it is a form of art that does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of a visual reality but instead uses shapes, colors, forms, and gestural marks to achieve its effect. Artist Ms. Juliana Do is featured in the September issue, who bases…

Embrace the diversity in Danish contemporary art zone

The exhibition covers works of paintings, sculptures, installation art, video installation, photography or mixed media by multiple artists using different materials such as found objects, papers, cardboards, clay, wood, wire, metal, concrete, acrylic, marker, watercolor, ink, crayon, and the use of camera and video camera, and to achieve a different style of works including conceptual…

Feature unique decoupage talent: Viveca Moller

Based on the definition of Decoupage on Britannica.com, it is a french word “cutting out”, “the art of cutting and pasting cutouts to simulate painting on a wood, metal, or a glass surface.” It is a type of art “influenced by a tradition of cut work that includes the paper cutting of the ancient Chinese,…

Walk In Variations by Bjarne Werner Sørensen

Bjarne Werner Sørensen (b.1960), the Danish-Faroese artist works within several different artistic genres and what all of his works have in common is rhythm, repetition, and variations of shapes, transformations, and movements, which achieves a dynamic interaction between line, shape and surface. The abstract works with restless energy. As a belief of organic association and…