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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Pia Sjölin
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY

  • Hills in Vermont   Hills in Vermont
    Acrylic on Paper
    17.5" x 18"
    Pia Sjölin

  • After the Storm   After the Storm
    Acrylic on Aluminum
    42" x 36"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Canyon Calling   Canyon Calling
    Acrylic on Paper
    10" x 10"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Contemplation   Contemplation
    Acrylic on Canvas Board
    16" x 12"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Fall for New England   Fall for New England
    Acrylic on Canvas Board
    12" x 16"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Going for a Hike   Going for a Hike
    Acrylic on Paper
    14" x 18"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Going to Montana   Going to Montana
    Acrylic on Aluminum
    24" x 96"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Harvest Time   Harvest Time
    Acrylic on Paper
    12" x 12"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Just Planted   Just Planted
    Acrylic on Canvas Board
    12" x 16"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Spirt in the Sky   Spirt in the Sky
    Acrylic on Aluminum
    48" x 48"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Summer Heat   Summer Heat
    Acrylic on Paper
    12" x 16"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Sunset in Maine   Sunset in Maine
    Acrylic on Panel
    13.5" x 13.5"
    Pia Sjölin

  • The Heat is On   The Heat is On
    Acrylic on Aluminum
    42" x 42"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Time for Harvest   Time for Harvest
    Acrylic on Canvas Board
    12" x 16"
    Pia Sjölin

  • The Tide is Going Out   The Tide is Going Out
    Acrylic on Aluminum
    36" x 48"
    Pia Sjölin

  • Adirondack Mountains   Adirondack Mountains
    Acrylic on Canvas Board
    12" x 16"
    Pia Sjölin


Pia Sjölin

Pia Sjölin paintings emanate energy. The Swedish-born artist finds inspiration for her work in nature and favors landscape as her dominant theme. She depicts the Nordic landscapes of Sweden, as well as the panoramas of her American home. Sjölin’s powerful compositions are often almost minimalist. The simplicity and monumental grandeur of works such as Canyon Calling or Fall in New England serve to heighten the powerful effect of this artist’s color pallet. Bold, vibrant color is the principle subject of her work. Sjölin is able to use hue in a way that surpasses the merely decorative. It commands attention as meditative and serene, yet intensely energetically charged. Sjölin writes that for her contact with nature is a spiritual experience. The transcendent beauty of her paintings clearly conveys this idea.

Sjölin is a highly versatile visual artist, renowned also as a designer. Her impressive body of work includes painting, blown glass and textile design, murals and faux finishes. Her work has been shown at museums like the Smithsonian, Corning Glass Museum, the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, and is in private collections throughout the world.