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I am a Finnish self-taught artist. I started painting in 2012 and according to my interest, I am constantly studying different techniques, such as watercolor, acrylic and oil colors, and I have also made art with alcohol colors. Since 2016, I have worked as a part-time art entrepreneur. My studio can be found in my home in Mikkeli.


Nature, animals, plants and human figures are familiar elements in my paintings.

I also want to convey feelings, empowerment and understanding to all people through common experiences. I also always hope that the viewer will be inspired and gain insights.

In my paintings, there is often a connection to archetypes and symbols, around which the name of the work or the story is formed.

Of creativity

For me, creativity is at its best a flowing intuitive state, in the heart of which unplanned moods arise. Sometimes painting is like receiving, the work appears as if by itself.