July’s Featured Artist Filippa Levemark (Sweden): Political, Aerial Modern Art


Interview with The Glory Tree Herald

Originally posted on The Glory Tree Herald:

Although we are fanatic supporters of art in the Raleigh/Durham area, the Glory Tree Herald also desires to bring international influence to our readers. We have been lucky to have found many wonderful artists abroad through our connections in social media and are always thankful for those who reach out to us.  This month we are excited to introduce you to Filippa Levemark, an up-and-coming modern artist from Sweden.

When I discovered Filippa’s talent, I was captivated. Her work is political, yet aerial. Her theme of portraying dark, often metallic objects in contrast to natural images draws its roots from the very origination of modernism and modern art. She continues the historical controversies of the Industrial Revolution through portrayals that cause the viewer to meditate on their position filippa levemark swedish artists Swedish art interview with artists women artists artists inspired by Chimamanda Adichie machinary in art birds in art oils street art Glory Tree Herald reagan k reynolds reagan reynolds interviews featured artists international art female artists removing history self-portraits portraits between the natural world and a world of business and machinery.

Filippa has already celebrated some success being placed in Skövde Art Museum and completing a recent showing at…

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