Murals Gallery

Public Works








I have been painting murals and large-scale works since the beginning of my artistic journey. At 15, with the help of my father, I painted my first mural—a Ferrari on the wall behind my bed. Since then, I have created murals in both private and public spaces, consistently achieving a powerful impact. The immersive experience of interacting with a large-scale image is, in my view, one of the most compelling aspects of mural art.

For example, the murals at the Høyanger Swimming Pool were designed to resonate with the primary age group of its users. The Choogoose figures I draw are meant to appeal to the young at heart, creating an inviting and vibrant atmosphere.

For my largest mural project, click on the following link to visit my other website, Fjord Trolls. This project included 65 busstops decorated along a 135 km stretch of road in western Norway. These small murals are intended to bring a small bit of joy to those children using public transport to get to school.

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