Liis Koger Artist artworks for sale
Artist: Liis Koger
Live in: Tallinn, Kesklinn / City centre, Estonia
Artworks for sale: 16.00
Liis Koger Artist Bio:
Looking backwards, I can understand my work has been a process. I cannot say anymore one is worse than the other, it is rather the base, the ground. I can move between mediums, change and develop, but the background may appear suddenly, without a warning, when viewing carefully. While I create and when I look back at it, I become aware of myself. I used to paint with watercolours and Indian ink when I was younger, with lots of mystic objects and surroundings; now there are free use of strong colour and a dosage of abstract and surrealistic elements left in my oil paintings. The secret has always been the base of a civilization and while moving forward, it is not always known what exactly is the purpose: it is the road and what you become to understand while on it, for it creates scapes already for another ideas to come. Asking an artist what he or she wants to do in 5 years is like asking the world what it will be like in 5 years. Still confronting the question and never minding it stones me, I can give direct answer that both the world and me will be linked with the true essence and meaning of life. I feel the responsibility that what I create, I duplicate - that said, I want to create more beauty into this world. My most acknowledged side has been working with oil colours which I have been using mainly as a medium in the past years, but I would like to discover new ways to express myself. I am interested in learning and mixing different techniques to understand later on, which is the best medium to show your idea best. Art as nature should be a mixture of abstract and figurative elements, to be sincere enough but leave not less for the imagination. And so does it have the capability to influence, as what makes you feel about something, might just as well touch other people - but that is also a question of experience. With the words of Proust, the only real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but having new eyes. There is a thin line between a very good and a perfect artwork. I am striving there, where my work makes a difference as art can do. With doing what I can, my plan is to make someone out there, as well as myself, happy; so those who felt to give their trust to me as an artist may be joyful of their choice.