Winter Wonderland


Winter Wonderland, the joy and refreshment that snow brings, blanketing the landscape in a pristine white canvas. Reminding us of  this season ability to spark happiness and renewal within us. Not just the snow that enchants us—but also a tribute to the short hours of light and the magic of winter’s darkness. Alpine fun is a restorative force of nature.

"In the realm of image making, I embark on a journey that marries intellect with emotion, and design thinking with unrestrained creativity"

EDVARDA

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Pool side mood

I believe that God felt sorry for actors so he created Hollywood to give them a place in the sun and a swimming pool. The price they had to pay was to surrender their talent.

Cedric Hardwicke

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Les Demoiselles d’Artist

This painting is staged like the composition of Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon. The five young girls are variations on Balthus’ teenagers, their hair styled after Fernand Leger, all tied together in a Verner Panton and Marimekko melon-colored pattern. The retro look recalls girlfriends gathering in the 70s and 80s.

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The Kiss

The blending of the two- and three-dimensional is intented to achieve an ornamental fusion of the moment when time stands still. Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss, an obvious reference, is entwined in a paisley-inspired pattern that reflects a psychedelic 1970’s design, weaved into Klimt’s exquisite Art Nouveau embroidery.

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Conversation Pit

A "Conversation Pit" is originally a built-in seating area recessed into the floor of a larger room. The construction is intended as a place where one is brought together and can have informal conversations with each other.

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"I celebrate the enchanting journey of color, embracing its elusive nature and boundless power. Every hue, value, opacity or transparency tells a unique story and unlocks endless possibilities."

  • • With limited editions, Edvarda restricts the total amount of artworks produced in each edition, so that each individual work will retain its value over time. 

  • • While these artworks exist in multiple, they are still considered original artworks—and can be as important to artists as their original works.

  • • The editions are printed on handmade cotton paper of the highest quality. The ink and paper has a color fastness that can last up to 200 years.