2009
08.28

Terhi Hakola

“I started to paint as a teenager, because I loved my dad. We had a secret world of art to share, which differentiated us from the rest of the world. Later in my life, painting became my life-line. It offered a channel to explore unknown and hidden layers of my mind, and a way to express myself beyond words. This excitement of discovery is still the basis of my motive to paint – the desire to touch something beyond the obvious and give it an expression through painting. The search continues.”

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