From Oslo in Norway, Anne-Britt Kristiansen is a fine art painter and photographer.
Her paintings are often photographs of children and adults in various situations. She sees herself as a colour artist who uses colour to reinforce expressions. The figures in her artwork show different states of mind from joy to vulnerability.
Anne-Britt's paintings are built up of several layers of acrylic paint and can use other materials such as coal, tissue paper, and fabrics to achieve special textures.
The woman dancing naked implies the courage to rebel and break free from her own constraints. The dove, acting as a...
The Rose Garden symbolises the beautiful but difficult and thorny path through childhood. The silhouettes of three...
In Norse mythology, antlers symbolise sunbeams, and children symbolise the elf that brings messages from God. For...
Anne-Britt's work explores the realm between dream and reality, evoking the free flow of impulses from the subconscious...