Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie blurs the boundary between the beautiful wilderness of Norway and the people who call it home, creating subtle double exposure portraits. Inspired by the surroundings of his hometown Bergen, Norway, landscapes filled with water, snowy mountains, the Northern Lights, or the deep forests. These beautiful portraits generate a peaceful visual faculty, capturing an understanding and longing sense of home and identity. The minimalistic artwork was inspired by his desire to produce something unexpected, creating portraits with just droplets of ink. Lie prefers his double exposure work to be as simple as possible working frequently with the colors black and white.
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