Linda Roschier’s paintings occupy the middle ground between the abstract and the figurative. She works intuitively, without planning or organizing too much ahead. Roschier is interested in the human mind and subconscious, of how looking and perception works in a dialogue. In her work, often deriving from nature and its phenomena, the viewer can feel a strong sense of recognition, without always being able to put it into words. The study of colours and their relationships are in the core of Roschier’s practice.
Linda Roschier (b. 1979, Vantaa) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki in 2020. Her solo exhibitions have been seen at Gallery Huuto, and Exhibition Laboratory Project Room in Helsinki, as well as at Gallery Vanha Kappalaisentalo in Porvoo. Roschier has also participated in group exhibitions, her works are represented in the collection of the Finnish Art Society, as well as in numerous private collections.