Unique Finland-inspired Art Exhibition at the Embassy of Finland | Embassy of Finland to Australia - Suomen suurlähetystö Australia | Monday, 27. November 2017

The opening reception to view artworks inspired by Finnish nature and architecture will take place at 6-8pm on 27 November 2017! The three artists, Päivi Arvonen, Steve Salo, and Daniel Soma, will give short presentations to introduce viewers to their work. This is a perfect opportunity to view the exhibition and have a chat with the artists themselves. Refreshments will be available; everyone is welcome but RSVPs are essential for the opening reception. Please email to RSVP.

As part of Finland's centenary of independence celebration, the Embassy of Finland welcomes everyone to view a unique art exhibition combining the artwork of three different artists inspired by Finnish nature and architecture. The exhibition can be viewed anytime during the Embassy's opening hours and is free of charge for everyone. No bookings required!

The opening hours are:
Mon-Thu: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm and 1 - 5 pm
Fri: 9:30 am - 12:30 pm and 1 - 2:30 pm

Päivi Arvonen is a Finnish photographer and journalist. The silence and beauty of the Finnish nature is especially close to her heart. Her photo exhibition “Soul of the Forest” highlights the beauty of untouched Finnish nature in North-Eastern Finland.

Steve Salo is an Australian contemporary painter. His "Paintings from Finland" series of expressionist landscape paintings portrays the impact of the evocative Finnish landscape on human emotion. The artworks were created during an artist residency in Hämeenkyrö, Finland.

Daniel Soma is an Australian artist and arts worker. On view is an iteration of his 2016 case study and exhibition, FUTURO!, a collection of works that were in response to a pre-fabricated leisure home designed by Finnish architect, Matti Suuronen.

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