Thomas Øvlisen has been heavily influenced by the landscapes around his native shores of Denmark, demarcated by horizon lines where the sea meets the sky in the distance. The evidence of time and erosion of water on rock and land has had a recurring visual presence in Øvlisen’s work, from his early abstract paintings to hand-sanded sculptural objects with a weathered patina, to recent paintings of seagulls flying towards a horizon line. Øvlisen’s work evokes a joyful curiosity and reverence for nature.View CV
Thomas Øvlisen: Anden stjerne til højre
Thomas Øvlisen’s museum exhibition at Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen, Denmark is featured in Edition No.12 of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD
Thomas Øvlisen at the Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen
In his review of Xstraction, Ken Johnson discusses the uncharted possibilities in Øvlisen’s work.
Thomas Øvlisen - Tomato
Nana Asfour reviews Thomas Øvlisen's solo exhibition at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery.
Jørgen Larsen, Taarbæk, 2014
8.5 x 8.5 inch, 20 pages, soft cover, full color catalog of the Thomas Øvlisen 2014 exhibition Jørgen Larsen, Taarbæk at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery.
CRG Presents Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
Roberta Smith celebrates the Klaus Gallery facsimile at CRG Gallery