Pia is an artist painting with oil, acrylic and ink. She also works with Bronze.
Her paintings are mostly completely abstract in vibrant colours. Her work with the brush is at first chaotic but will soon end up in strict lines. Some find a little of Georgia o’Keffee in her paintings. The colours are let to concur the canvas in corporation with the brush and the wilderness seems to be controlled by the sharp lines. Further acquaintance reveals that she has her own technique and in many of her paintings you will see t Pia has been creative since she was 15 years old. Started up creating masks in plasma, painted them in various patterns, put a silk string inside them so they could hang on the wall.
Pia is from Copenhagen and she was educated in the finance. She has been a Key Account Manager and Project Manager in the financial sector for more than 30 years.
In many years Pia was playing with all kinds of creative work. She has been painting china, designed a lot of close for herself and her friends. Worked with decorations and designs. In 1983 and 1984 she attended art school in Copenhagen. After that she made a lot of drawings, and worked with watercolour, but her true love is acrylics and oil. The combination of strict lines and random running ink. You will always recognise her for the vibrant colours.
The layer of paint in the paintings give away the struggle it has been to find the right design. Often you can see colours in the back which are almost non-existent, but they have been a part of the process to the result. Vibrant strong colours often exploding on the canvas.
Note: Keep left on Le Chemin Du Portelet. Keep driving on the narrow road until you come to a white sign on the left guiding you to Le Portelet and Portelet house. Turn left and at the end of the road keep left and go/drive through the black gate. You can park at the house. Walk around the house to the right, and you will be guided to the exhibition.
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