The Danish painter Liza Krügermeier is inspired by a never-ending exploration of colour, light and shadow. Her vivid colour palette was shaped and formulated during a 5 year period where she lived on the Greek island of Leros, where the strong light presents the eye with bright colours and highly contrasting shadows.
Now, having moved to the Danish island of Møn back in 2007, her dynamic style reflects a blend of Scandinavia and the memorised senses of the Mediterranean.
Having painted most of her life, Liza still explores new ideas and paths in her painting. While her work features interiors as well as still lifes inhabited by personal and well-known objects, her use of colour and original shaping of shadows and patterns transforms the ordinary into something new and special. The same colour characteristics can be found in her portraits and landscapes when she does touch upon these genres and in the latter years, she has started to build a strong narrative into her paintings.
Having painted the most of her life, Liza still explores new ideas and paths in her painting. She paints on a daily basis and her work has been exhibited in galleries and institutions in different countries. Her work is included in private collections all over the world as well as in public institutions in Denmark. .
Liza Krügermeier works mostly in acrylics on canvas but also enjoys working in charcoal and oils. She welcomes private commissions and enjoys dialogue with clients to produce tailor-made art solutions.