Paralyzed by Elin Bergstø Rossing, Acrylic on Canvas
42 x 39.4
Elin was born in 1964 and lives and works in Oslo, Norway. She has been a freelance artist since 2000 and is a member of NBK, the Norwegian visual artist association. She has had a number of solo exhibitions and has participated in several collective exhibitions. In recent years Elin has had three decorating assignments. One for Sparebanken Hedmark at Stor-Elvdal junior high school in Koppang, for the Tyrili Foundation at Lillehammer and for Tretten senior and nursing home.
Welcome to the experience and wonder of Elin's artistry!
“I aim at achieving a type of dissolved state of being. A fusion. The perfect moment. An encounter in the gap, that has to do with rhythm. That is where we first meet. In the unspoken, before the intellectual interpretation takes over and I slowly come into being.”
For Bergstø Rossing working with art is about tuning in to the Universe’s vibrations. It’s about letting go of mind and time.Entering the unforeseen, a doorway to creating something that does not yet exist. Not knowing how a picture will end up whilst totally embracing the language that emerges along the way is both demanding and exciting.