The practise of Andreas Eriksson encompasses a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, installation, and photography.
The contemplative paintings of Andreas Eriksson, which vacillate between abstraction and figuration, open a window onto the outside world and can be read as patchwork topographies or as details of organic structures like trees, the ground, or rock formations.
In his works, Eriksson frequently explores opposites like inside and outside, lightness and weight, and illusion and reality. His art is both recognisable and strange, hovering enigmatically between the representational and the abstract. Eriksson’s art exudes an emotional intensity that comes from a thorough investigation of his reaction to nature.