Paintings by Anders Moseholm, a Danish artist who describes his works as “improvisations and interpretations…romantic, beautiful and scary,” may now be seen at ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries, his first representation in the Southeastern United States.
According to the artist, rather than recreate a place, “I am trying to create a mood – a sense of motion, an authentic emotional scene.”
Moseholm, who trained at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (MFA) and the School of Visual Arts in New York City, has exhibited internationally since 1997, including solo and group exhibitions in China, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden, and the United States. His work is included the such important Danish collections as the Vejle Kunstmuseum, the Skive Kunstmuseum, the Carlsberg Foundation and the Danish Arts Foundation, as well as private and corporate collections in China, Europe and the United States.
Gallery owner and director Virginia Miller, who has introduced artists and art movements to South Florida since 1974, says that “Moseholm has an extraordinary ability to capture the ambience—the sheer energy—of a city, or the romance of an opulent interior. Experiencing his paintings is an emotional trip.”