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Liikun teoksissani usein meren ja järvien rannoilla tutkien valoa, aikaa ja liikettä. Tavoitteeni on ollut kohdata monin tavoin kaluttu ja kuvattu maisemamme uudella tavalla. Kuvani voivat esimerkiksi kertoa tarinan siitä, mitä kameran edessä on tapahtunut pitkän valotuksen aikana ja tuoda esille asioita, joita silmin ei voi luonnossa havaita. Pyrin tuomaan esiin jonkin lyhyen tapahtuman kulun, ikään kuin sen kameraan tallentuneen historian.
Kuvasarjoissani käsittelen maisemateemaa usealla eri tavalla...
Merja Simberg is a painter based in Helsinki, Finland.
She has had several private and group exhibitions in Finland and abroad since graduating from the School of Free Arts in 2010.
"Painting is an adventure where I am an anxious explorer.
I paint abstract and enjoy the process itself. I love observing how the color moves and makes
patterns, the tensions, contrasts and depth variations.
The physicality of the exercise inspires me a lot. I want to convey and arouse emotions.
VISUAL ARTIST AND DANCER
Sanna Karlsson-Sutisna (MA) is a dance and visual artist who graduated from the Finnish Art Academy in 1989. Her professional experience includes studies at the Berlin High School of Arts, as well as further studies in Cuba and Bali. She has focused on studying the roots of art in ritual cultures. She is best known for bringing art to everyday life by performing and sculpting in surprising places, for her environmental art, and for creating permanent “Flower of Life” art parks in...
I have been a full-time visual artist for some years now. Before that I worked as a primary school teacher for some forty years. That means I shared a great deal of my creative moments with children and teen-agers. Alongside my work I travelled on art trips, painted, and in particular in the last years immersed myself in the art of sculpture.
My bronze sculptures have featured in a number of juried joined exhibitions as well as in individual exhibitions in Finland. I was also active in art societies for...