Lisbeth is an visuel storyteller who has opened a door to her inner universe for the world to see. A universe that reveals a lifetime of impressions that have been tucked away in remote corners of her mind. Fueled by her interaction with nature, music – and people around her. Processed by a creative and ultra perceptive soul. And now they’re out in the open. Captured and converted to people and animals. So still, yet so alive and with a vulnerability that touches even the toughest viewer. The paintings pull you in and make you go though an emotional turmoil, ignited by a common reference.
Lisbeth’s feelings are, in fact, your own feelings. Her experience becomes your own. Because you have been there too. You know it, the instant you connect with the person in the frame. That person becomes you. Disturbing, yet liberating. You know that you’re not alone with those feelings anymore. Everything will be all right.
I have joined the Danish Society for Nature Conservation (Danmarks Naturfredningsforening) in the fight to save some of the endangered species in Denmark, the animals have no voice themselves, we cannot hear their cries for help, so I will be that voice through my art. I have painted 4 painting of 4 different endangered animals, the cod, the sky lark, the Glanville Fritillary butterfly and the very small and very cute dormouse.
I have also made 30 ps. unique gold Icons, signed and numbered of each painting. And 20% of the sales profit will be donated to DN. The opening wine reception was opened by the DN president Maria Reumert Gjerding and also generously attended by the Norwegian ambassador Katja Christina Nordgaard.
Lisbeth Lunda launched in 2020 and 2021 her project SEE-SOUL-SOUND created in collaboration with Kasper Eistrup, the frontman of the Danish alternative rock band Kashmir.
Every piece is an interpretation of one of Kasper/Kasmir’s stong lyric’s/number that have a special meaning for Lunda. The SEE-SOUL-SOUND series brought Lunda into the international artpress in a large artikel in Wall Street International
An exhibition about iconic women throughout history, that have lost something, just because they where women. All the paintings are made as gold ICON's. Follow the progress on Instragram