Flowing with grief

Confessions of an artist living in Norway

This one, however, this one you see before your eyes, did not originate in Norway. It’s one of my sticky back plastic specialities. It doesn’t really show up super-duper here but it’s better than it’s ever shown up before.All that silver stuff you see is what is put on road signs so that when lights hit it at night in the dark, it all shines up. So what I was playing with here was doing with a lot of very transformative sort of art pieces.

The trouble was I was never actually got to show them to anybody in their real transformative format, as with this light because it’s really different when it’s just a plain bit with a lot of sticky back plastic on it.

And those sticky back plastic pictures took forever. I mean there’s just so much energy from cutting and crying and grief gone into it, it’s unbelievable.

Anyway, another little introduction from Confessions from Norway. Thank you.

By Lizz

British artist living in Norway. I have been working with behaviour patterns for years, both as a facilitator in communication skills and as an artist. Meditation and soul searching led me to discover flow art techniques. Sharing my art and working with individuals to help them access the creativity and happiness they hold within them, is a truly inspiring experience.