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Einar Sandvold



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"I find my inspiration in the fascinating intersection between the field of architecture and the wonder of nature. This confluence of two seemingly disparate worlds allows me to create a space that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also one that offers me a chance to immerse myself in a new world. It's a thrilling experience that unlocks the door to a parallel reality that is waiting to be explored and discovered. 


My creative energy flows incessantly, fueled by a combination of vanity, passion, and a sense of mental fragility that never seems to wane. The building blocks of my ideas swirl relentlessly around in my mind, yearning to be assembled and brought to life. It's like a dream where the possibilities are endless, where I can experiment and play, and where I can fashion a new reality that is entirely my own.


This desire to create and construct is a never-ending pursuit, one that is driven by an insatiable thirst for innovation and discovery. It's an escape that is uniquely mine, one that allows me to explore the depths of my imagination and bring my ideas to life in a way that is both gratifying and exhilarating.

As an artist, I derive my inspiration from the world around me. I believe that the key to creating masterpieces is to constantly immerse oneself in reality. My paintings are a reflection of this philosophy, drawing from both the organic structures of life and the principles of geometry. By blending these two elements, I am able to create a balanced and controlled landscape that's constantly in motion. This approach is not only visually stimulating but also encourages me to explore new possibilities and push the boundaries of my creativity.

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In my pursuit of creating art, I find myself often striving for perfection in every aspect - from the initial concept to the final execution. This is especially evident in my paintings, where I meticulously craft the surfaces to be flawless and the colors to be perfectly balanced. However, I also recognize the importance of allowing myself to loosen up and embrace more expressive movements in my work. These moments of creative freedom allow me to explore new ideas and techniques, and push boundaries that I may have previously set for myself. It is my hope that viewers of my art are able to experience their own journey of discovery within the abstract, experimental, and personal direction that I take in my work."



  • Einar Granum Art school (2017 - 2019)

  • Focus on visual arts, materials, art history, photo-documentation and textiles.

Solo Exhibitions

  • Gallery Hervold, Stavanger. Solo exhibition - 02.02.2023

  • Gallery Briskeby - Solo exhibition 01.07.22 - 31.01.2022

  • Galler Briskeby - Solo Exhibiton «Randomly» 03.06.21 - 27.06.2021

Group Exhibitions

  • Art-Nordic Art fair - Copenhagen. 25.11.21 - 28.11.2021

  • Private x Art collective, Copenhagen. 16-10-21 - 01.11.2021

  • Guest exhibitor at NorthArt - Ås City-hall. 22.10.2021

  • Gallery Briskeby - Summer Exhibition. 03.07.2021

  • Gallery Briskeby - Christmas exhibition. 04.12.2020

  • Prikkart, Group exhibition. 07.11.2020

  • Gallery Robusta exhibition 01 - 12.09 to 22.10.2020

  • Gallery Briskeby - Summer Exhibition. 09.06.2020.

  • Gallery Van der plas - New York. Art Fair Carnivalesque. 13.01 to 19.01.2020

  • Gallery Golsa, Oslo. GIFC - Got It for cheap. 16.08.19 - 18.08.2019

Purchases from Companies.

  • Bonheur ASA: one Painting

  • Architect Firm T27: two Paintings


  • Interior design firm ‘Detalj’- on going project.

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