I have been a professionel acknowledged visual artist for the last 25 years.
Colour is very important for me in my work with paintings, watercolours, crayons, prints and sculpture. I choose mostly colouristic bright, light and pure colours, which can make the heart flutter and the mind fly.
I express myself in an abstract, lyrical way with inspiration from people around me and from nature and travels in the Mediterranean countries. The forms are mostly reduced to well-defined areas of colour, and occasionally the inspirational motif can still be discerned despite the abstraction. I work with enthusiastic colours in lyrically sensous pictures. I try to contrast coolur towards colour and warmth against coldness, and often the perspective is changed or completely dissolved.
It is the general atmosphere and the feelings connected with the experiences that are important to me. I try like the poet to condense many different experiences and sense impressions to a simple and concentrated expression, and at the same time keep it open for the imagination and understanding of the beholder. Some of my works are distinctive and powerful while others breathes with light and hope. My point of departure is the hope and longing for life, light and harmony, which reflects itself in my optimistic, sensous works.
Member of The Danish Association of Visual Artist. Member of The Danish Society of Women Artist. Member of the artists group of 18. November. Member of the art group AURORA.
Personal and group exhibitions in Scandinavia.
1983-85-86: Prix International de Dessin Joan Miro, Spain.
1984-99: Mini Gravat Internacional, Cadaques, Spain.
1985: Centre International D'exlibris, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.
1986: The 3rd International Miniature Print Exhibition, Seoul, Korea. International Exhibition of Exlibris, Leuven, Belgium and Taipei Fine ARts Museum, Taiwan.
1986-88: The International Print Biennale, Seoul, Korea.
1987: Mini Print International, Richards Gallery, Boston, U.S.A.
1987-89: Art of Today International Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary.
1989: Fondation Collioure Chateaux Royal, Collioure, France ande Hanaru Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
1990: University of Hawai Honolulu, U.S.A.
1992: Gallery Oishi, Fukuoka, Japan.
1993: Wingfield Arts & Music Festival, Britain and Taller Galeria Fort, Cadaques, Spain.
1998: 8ème Salon International de L'aquarelle, Uckange, France.
1999: 9ème Salon International de L'aquarelle, Uckange, France. Monarch Contemporary Art Center, Tenino, Washington, U.S.A. 9ème Salon de Dreux, France. Wingfield Arts & Music Festival, Britain. Taller Galeria Fort, Cadaues, Spain and Létang d'Art, Bges, France.
2000: Sharjah Arts Museum, The United Arabic Emirates. 10ème Salon International de L'aquarelle, Uckange, France and Grands et Jeunes D'aujourd'hui, Paris, France.
2002: Réaltés Nouvelles, Paris, France.
2003: Grands et Jeunes D'aujourd'hui, Paris, France.
2004: Väsby Konsthall, Sweeden.
2006: 7ème Mondial de l'Estampe et de la Gravure Originale - Triennale de Chamalières, France.
2007: GRAFIX Biennale of Small Graphics, Breclav, Czech Republic.
2009-11: 7th British International Mini Print Exhibition, Britain.
2009: Réalités Nouvelles, Paris, France.
2009-2011: 1. iBiennale of Contemporary Art on www.artoteque.com
2010: Printing as an Event 2,VORORTOST Projektgalerie Bund Bildender Künstler Leipzig, Germany. Réalités Nouvelles, Paris, France. The 9th. Lessedra World Art Print Annual, Sofia, Bulgaria. The 4th. Beijing International Art Biennale, Beijing, China. The 1st. International Exhibition in Painting & Mixed Media, Lessedra Art Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Mural decorations in Scandinavia.
Printed works at the museums in Sint-Niklaas and Leuven, Belgium, in The Town Hall of Breclav, Czech Republic and at Plakatmuseet, Aarhus in Denmark.
1995: 1st.-prize in The Poster Competition of SID: Social Velfaerd Globalt, Denmark.
2005: Awarded prize as Painter of The Year in Birkeroed, Denmark.
2010: Diploma of Exellence (honorable award) in The 1st. i Biennal of Contemporary Art, London, Britain.
2011: Awarded by EUROPOL, Den Haag, Netherlands.
Grants in France and Denmark.