Throughout the past 20 years I have been commissioned to create numerous bespoke pieces. The process of creating a custom piece is always exciting. During the initial meeting we usually discuss the scale, style, use of colours and the mood or atmosphere desired in the space – taking into consideration any existing interior. I will then paint a proposition which the client will be able to view either in person or through a photo.

If you are interested in commissioning a custom painting, it can be helpful to have a look at pieces in my ARCHIVE or any of the existing pieces in my gallery for inspiration. The piece will be unique – as I believe all paintings are and should be – they are originals and not prints. I use premium quality linen canvases with durable wooden frames to make sure the paintings endure shifting temperatures.

If you are drawn to any of the existing pieces in the gallery or studio, I am also happy to bring any of the pieces you are interested in to your space to see how they fit on your walls. This is also a process I really enjoy, and it quite often leads to exciting discoveries about the painting, the interior and how it all comes together. The visit is completely non-binding.

This is a small selection of some of my custom paintings. They have been commissioned for a range of public and private spaces, hotels, apartments, and holiday homes. Some are single paintings, and some series of multiple pieces.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions about the process or want to enquire about a possible commission.

Selected commissions:

  • Tunheims Fjørå :
  • Nermo Hotell
  • TINE Meierier
  • Vidsyn Restaurant
  • Linåkertunet, Ringebu kommune
  • Øyer kommune
  • Pellestova ved Solveig og Bjørn Rune Gjelsten
  • Sivilsrettsforvaltning, Hamar
  • Kirkens SOS, avdeling Innlandet

Read more and see some photos from the decoration projects at Pellestova hotel and Tunheimfjørå logdges: HERE

Decoration assignment in Vidsyn Restaurant, Hafjell