This site is for those who want to learn more about drawing, painting and being creative in any way. I blog about, being an artist, and how I draw and paint. You will also find upcycle fashion DIY tutorials and food recipes. I am here to spread positive words about the importance of practising creativity as a healthy life style. My blog is updated 1 to 3 times a week. You can subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email, or follow on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
Norwegian artist Magny Tjeltas’ style of work, has developed through her ongoing interest in drawing, watercolour. Originally trained as a fashion designer, her universe combines elements of slacker art and renaissance aesthetic.
After graduating from the The National College of Art and Design in 2002, The Institute for Colour. She has continued drawing for art exhibitions, business and pleasure. Her art have been exhibited in galleries and museum´s in Norway and across Europa. Her work has been featured in numerous magazines and publications, including Elle, cosmopolitan, HENNE, KK, VG, Dagbladet, as well as being featured on TV-VEST, NRK and TV2. You can find her contemporary art work here.
Perhaps at this moment Magny looks up from her paper, at the snow falling from the sky, then continues to draw the most beautiful tulip.
When not drawing and drinking african coffee on the windswept shores of Western Norway, Magny also enjoys designing eco-sustainable fashion products.
ALL of my work is of course Copyright Magny Tjelta © 2002 – 2015. I am a professional artist and a designer. All images and content on any of my sites are for your personal use cannot be reproduced, modified, duplicated without my written permission. You can pinned my images on Pinterest or shared through FaceBook, Twitter and social media if they are linked back to my blog and you given me the credit. Contact me for legal use and specifics about the permission. If you like to work with me or have any question do not hesitate to contact me at post(at)magny.no