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*1989

Europe

Dea

Theodora

1950

Artist ID:

Exhibitions & Events 


2023


Director at Female Artists Oslo AS (FAO)

27.04: Group exhibition "Art & Glam" at Strand Restaurant, Stabekk

Finalist distinction in the CFA art contest for publication on the cover of Spotlight Magazine, hosted by Circle Arts.

25.02: Group exhibition "Art & Glam" at Via Showcase, Oslo

27.01: Curated and held the auction "Women Life Freedom" with FAO for the people of Iran

14-28.01: Group exhibition "SEEN" at Via Showcase, Oslo


2022


Founded a second company, Female Artists Oslo AS, serving as director

25.11: Curated and held the exhibition "Woman Life Freedom" with Female Artists Oslo

10-25.09: Group exhibition "BE FREE" by Female Artists Oslo at Vulkan Showcase by Paguro, Oslo

01-04.09: Group exhibition at Focus Art Fair Paris, Carrousel du Louvre

02-15.08: Exhibition "FUTURE" at Van Gogh Art Gallery, Madrid

30.06: Art N' Soul at The Thief Hotel Roof Bar, Tjuvholmen in Oslo. Solo exhibition and live art show

24-26.06: Group exhibition at the International Contemporary Monaco Art Fair - Featured in The Power of Creativity Art Book by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

Online Interview with Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

09.05: Received the Voices of Tomorrow Art Award from CAC


2021


19—30.11: Artwork featured at the International Contemporary Exhibition "HYSTERICA" at Gallery M.A.D.S, Milano

04-15.11: Group exhibition at the Marbella Art Fair, Spain

05.11: Four pages in the Nordic Art Guide 2021/22. Available at Adlibris.com

29.05-04.06: Solo exhibition "Alt som er Oslo"/"Everything that is Oslo" at Albin Upp/Art, Oslo


Biography


Theodora Dea is an Oslo-based artist who studied visual art at the Nordic Institute of Stage and Studio (NISS) in the late 2000s. Dea utilizes a mixed-media technique involving alcohol ink and resin to create both organic and geometric shapes. She incorporates 24K gold and shimmer to enhance the 3D effects of the various media layers and to play with light. Her artworks feature a shiny, reflective surface akin to glass but are much stronger, achieved by mixing two-component epoxy resin and applying fire to smooth it out. The intricate details are so numerous that even a camera may struggle to capture them all. This technique also renders the art waterproof and sustainable. As a diver passionate about ocean conservation, Dea has made it her trademark to photograph and present her fine art underwater, hence her slogan, "the Aquartistic Art of an Aquarian."


An activist and environmentalist, Theodora Dea is committed to donating 15% of her art sales to organizations dedicated to preserving the oceans and their inhabitants. Her production processes focus on sustainability, using leftover construction materials for canvases and recycling all plastic from material purchases. Her works are crafted to endure for centuries, featuring UV protection and robust, waterproof industrial materials as a base.


In 2022/23, Dea served as the director of Female Artists Oslo AS, helping to build a community for women and non-gender conforming individuals alongside founder Paulina Ree.

Biography


Theodora Dea is an Oslo-based artist who studied visual art at the Nordic Institute of Stage and Studio (NISS) in the late 2000s. Dea utilizes a mixed-media technique involving alcohol ink and resin to create both organic and geometric shapes. She incorporates 24K gold and shimmer to enhance the 3D effects of the various media layers and to play with light. Her artworks feature a shiny, reflective surface akin to glass but are much stronger, achieved by mixing two-component epoxy resin and applying fire to smooth it out. The intricate details are so numerous that even a camera may struggle to capture them all. This technique also renders the art waterproof and sustainable. As a diver passionate about ocean conservation, Dea has made it her trademark to photograph and present her fine art underwater, hence her slogan, "the Aquartistic Art of an Aquarian."


An activist and environmentalist, Theodora Dea is committed to donating 15% of her art sales to organizations dedicated to preserving the oceans and their inhabitants. Her production processes focus on sustainability, using leftover construction materials for canvases and recycling all plastic from material purchases. Her works are crafted to endure for centuries, featuring UV protection and robust, waterproof industrial materials as a base.


In 2022/23, Dea served as the director of Female Artists Oslo AS, helping to build a community for women and non-gender conforming individuals alongside founder Paulina Ree.

Women in Art

Kintsugi No. 1 - 3

1249

Art ID

2022

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140 x 90 cm (x3)

Ink & resin on board

12000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Desert Sunset

1258

Art ID

2023

|

120 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

7000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Fibonacci

1250

Art ID

2022

|

120 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Grain of Sand

1253

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

4000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Dunes

1254

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

4000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

The Gaze

1255

Art ID

2021

|

95 x 75 cm

Ink & resin on board

2500

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Sand

1256

Art ID

2022

|

140 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

5000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Nebu

1257

Art ID

2022

|

140 x 120 cm

Ink & resin on board

6000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

Mirage

1252

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

4000

$

Theodora

Dea

Women in Art

AoA

1251

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 90 cm

Ink & resin on board

$

Theodora

Dea

Further Works of This Artist

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Artist Statement


I believe everything and nothing has meaning — it's a choice. To me, all art is meaningful. You pour your energy and vibrations into your creations, reflecting the state of the world and your personal experiences at that precise moment. It's akin to capturing a "photograph" of your state of being at a specific time. My goal is to host an underwater fine art exhibition in the near future, allowing people to experience my art in its element. I aim to reveal the beauty and magic of the world, despite the chaos we often face.

"To be sane in a world of madmen is in itself madness." — Jean-Jacques Rousseau.


www.theodora-arts.com


Instagram: @theodora_arts

Exhibitions & Events 


2023


Director at Female Artists Oslo AS (FAO)

27.04: Group exhibition "Art & Glam" at Strand Restaurant, Stabekk

Finalist distinction in the CFA art contest for publication on the cover of Spotlight Magazine, hosted by Circle Arts.

25.02: Group exhibition "Art & Glam" at Via Showcase, Oslo

27.01: Curated and held the auction "Women Life Freedom" with FAO for the people of Iran

14-28.01: Group exhibition "SEEN" at Via Showcase, Oslo


2022


Founded a second company, Female Artists Oslo AS, serving as director

25.11: Curated and held the exhibition "Woman Life Freedom" with Female Artists Oslo

10-25.09: Group exhibition "BE FREE" by Female Artists Oslo at Vulkan Showcase by Paguro, Oslo

01-04.09: Group exhibition at Focus Art Fair Paris, Carrousel du Louvre

02-15.08: Exhibition "FUTURE" at Van Gogh Art Gallery, Madrid

30.06: Art N' Soul at The Thief Hotel Roof Bar, Tjuvholmen in Oslo. Solo exhibition and live art show

24-26.06: Group exhibition at the International Contemporary Monaco Art Fair - Featured in The Power of Creativity Art Book by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

Online Interview with Contemporary Art Curator Magazine

09.05: Received the Voices of Tomorrow Art Award from CAC


2021


19—30.11: Artwork featured at the International Contemporary Exhibition "HYSTERICA" at Gallery M.A.D.S, Milano

04-15.11: Group exhibition at the Marbella Art Fair, Spain

05.11: Four pages in the Nordic Art Guide 2021/22. Available at Adlibris.com

29.05-04.06: Solo exhibition "Alt som er Oslo"/"Everything that is Oslo" at Albin Upp/Art, Oslo


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