Louise started her training more than twenty years ago, attending art schools in Denmark, Turkey and England. Since 2008 she has run her own studio, making one-of-a-kind pieces for collectors around the globe. The main body of her work is wheel-thrown pieces, some intuitively chiselled and carved, but also using the Japanese Hakeme-technique for brushwork.
She's inspired by the Japanese Wabi-sabi aesthetic with its penchant for the imperfect, while the Scandinavian design tradition with its minimalism is the cornerstone of her work. The muted tones of her pieces have a reminisce of the natural surroundings of Denmark. Combining the two cultures in the aesthetic field has resulted in what she likes to refer to as "Nordic Wabi-sabi."
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