I’m a Swedish artist, living in Stockholm with my partner and a cat named Vader.

I’ve been drawing and painting since I was a child, and it has always been one of my special interests. I have level 1 autism/Aspergers, which often helps me focus on my creativity. Tiny details like leaves or hair is amazing to draw and paint. Time just flies by. That’s why my style is very detailed. I love it. To concentrate on precision like eyelashes or curly hair calms me and makes me feel fulfilled.

Style & medium

My art style is not just one specific style, but it changes from artwork to artwork and during different periods of my life. I love pop surrealism, but also fantasy and folklore. The two latter actually goes hand in hand, in my opinion. Fantasy literature is oftentimes based somewhat upon folklore and old belief systems.

When it comes to mediums, my favourites are oil paint and colour pencils. The oil paint allows me to keep painting layer upon layer until I’m happy with the result, and the colour pencils are excellent for small details. My drawings are rarely larger than size A4, and I keep my oil paintings pretty small as well.

Artist with a full-time day job

I juggle my creativity on the side of my full-time job in an office, which means I don’t have very much time or energy during weekdays to work on my art. I’m a sucker for time management and optimizing my days, so I will keep working on finishing more artwork and time-lapse videos for my YouTube channel. Not because I’m obsessed with productivity, but because it’s something I love to do. It makes me feel happy.

I hope you will enjoy your visit here on my blog and website. Feel free to check out my social media accounts if you wish to see more of my art.

@sarafeartist on Instagram
@sarafeartist on Facebook

If you have any questions, please contact me here or write a comment on a blog post. 🙂

/Sara FE