Video: Dreamworld: girls and animals in surreal paintings by Kari-Lise
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
Harmony with nature is the most wonderful state that a person can experience. Creates a fragile fantastic idyll on his surreal canvases talented artist Kari-Lise Alexander, intricately combining insects, birds, animals, plants and female bodies.
The artist admits that she draws inspiration from Scandinavian folklore, Norwegian fairy tales and legends give her an endless field for all kinds of (sometimes completely unexpected) associations. Kari-Lise gives her paintings a modern sound, noting that they are relevant, first of all, because girls often live in their fictional beautiful world, forgetting about the existence of reality.
It can be assumed that the girls depicted in the paintings vaguely resemble huldra, the most famous character in Norwegian folklore. According to legends, huldra looks like an ordinary blonde girl, lives in the mountains and grazes cows. Her unearthly beauty captivates men's hearts, but those who stay with her can no longer return to people.
More of Kari-Lise's work can be seen on her personal page on the popular social network Facebook. It is noteworthy that in terms of their emotional content, Kari-Lise's drawings are very close to those of Amy Saul. This artist also paints fantasy worlds where girls are in the clouds surrounded by friendly animals. It seems that the world of women's fantasy is truly inexhaustible and fraught with many mysteries.
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