[artform] interview Linnea Strid

Linnea Strid at work inside her studio in Sweden

“My work is my life, my everything. My paintings are very revealing and I expose everything that is me through them. Don’t know if that’s how they come out, but at least that’s how I see it. Whenever I finish a painting and ship it off to a show or to a prospective buyer a part of me leave with that package.” – Linnea Strid

Check out Artform’s full interview with Linnea Strid here:

Watch for Linnea in our upcoming show this September at the University of Arizona as well as her first major U.S. exhibition alongside Nathan DeYoung this December at Thinkspace.

‘Literal.Eyes’ this Thursday at London Miles Gallery

Linnea Strid 'And As The Foam Of The Sea I Shall Be Driven About' - oil on wood panel - based on the story about The Little Mermaid by HC Andersen (not the happy Disney version)

30 artists from across Europe translate their favorite works of literature into visual masterpieces

Works from Linnea Strid, Camilla d’Errico, Craww, Koralie, Sergio Mora, Tom Bagshaw, Xue Wang, Michael Forbes, David Marsh, Alex Young, and many more.

Linnea Strid‘s new painting profiled above is one of the show’s highlights as she just continues to excel with each new work. Look for her in our September group show we’re curating at the University of Arizona with one of her largest paintings to date and this December in her 1st major exhibition in Los Angeles showing alongside California based realist Nathan DeYoung.

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 12th 6-11PM

London Miles Gallery
65 Hanbury Street in East London