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As a mixed media Painter based in Stavanger, I strive to create captivating and thought-provoking artwork. Through my paintings, I aim to push my artistic boundaries and evoke deep emotions. Each brushstroke is crafted to communicate my unique perspective on life and the world around us. I invite you to join me on this artistic journey, where I explore the beauty and complexity of the human experience.  

Painting people

With my painting, I seek to capture the essence of humanity. My portraits are a celebration of life, capturing the breadth of human emotions in a unique mix of figurative and abstract styles. Every brushstroke conveys a powerful message - the solitude of contemplation, the tug of nostalgia or the unstoppable strength of the human spirit. Each painting is a conversation that transcends the limits of language. Welcome to my world, where painting meets the human soul.


About me

Meet the Artist Behind the Brushstrokes

Painting has always been my passion. For over 30 years, I have created art that reflects my love for studying the individualulity of people,  and facination of nature.

My studio is located in the heart of the lovely Fargegaten at "Det Lilla Galleriet",

and I welcome visitors to come and take a look at my work. If you’re interested in seeing my art firsthand, you can also contact me to book an appointment. As an artist, I love to connect with people and share my passion for painting.

You can also join me in my studio for a paint and sip night, or simply browse my collection of paintings.


Painting mountains

Each of my paintings is a unique personal portrayal of the awe-inspiring beauty of the Norwegian mountains. Having a cabin high in the mountains in Sirdal has allowed me to capture the smallest details of these stunning landscapes. My works explore the feelings of peace and tranquility that the mountains evoke, making them perfect for anyone who loves nature. You can buy my paintings online or visit my gallery to take a closer look at my personal interpretaion of the majestic mountains.

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