"One minute with Pia Hällström"
"My focus is on the woman, who I want to portray in a kind of instant mood and feeling, preferably with a lot of color."" " One minute with Pia Hällström starts now:
Creative background: I have always loved to express myself in pictures. I have attended the art school in Kristianstad and trained as an art teacher at Umeå University. For the past 15 years, I have been painting continuously, as I have felt that I have a need to express myself through painting.
Describe your style: I paint in oil on canvas and usually in a larger format. My expression is quite direct when I go on and change and repaint until I am satisfied with the whole with everything in terms of composition and color choice. For the most part, my works alone represent strong women who are in different moods.
Your creative process? My creative process usually occurs when I have several paintings in progress where I work on until I have developed a specific feeling and expression.
Why? It feels important to convey a sensual presence in my expression
Favourite colour? Red, crab paint, yellow, blue and turquoise
Influences? My painting is coloristic. I try to get my inspiration from the beautiful and like to work with the composition of the human body in my works right now.
Person you’d most like to meet/had met? Henri Matisse is a person I would have liked to have met.
See a selection of Pia Hällström's works below in the art gallery "The Vault." Welcome to experience the art in AR "augmented reality". If you want to get in touch with Pia, email and we will direct you further.
I have studied at the college of art in Kristianstad and I got a bachelor of arts in art education. 15 years ago I resumed painting again.I paint in oil and preferably in larger formats. Mostly, my works represent women in different environments. The focus is on the woman that I want to portray in a kind of instant mood and feeling, preferably with a lot of color.I have previously exhibited on:The smokehouse of Åhus, Bergendals Hotels and Conference, Rånäs Castle Magic room, Uncle Nikos, Bäckaskog castle, FoKo Inbtween at Gallery Hge
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