About

About

Marianne Schovsbo’s Art Scapes are inspired by her drive to capture the beauty of the world’s landscapes. Her vibrant paintings, usually of mountains and water, evoke a feeling of natural energy, motion, liveliness and untouched splendour that is innate to these wild places.

Made In Pescadero

Made In Pescadero

There are moments when life moves into special alignment with your dreams and reality; just when you are thinking that everything seems impossible.   These moments come into our lives in unexpected places, touching you gently on your shoulder, nudging slightly to make you turn around and look.   They feel like glimpses of magic […]

Abstracted – San Francisco Women Artists

Abstracted – San Francisco Women Artists

Water Variation: Flowing (36 x 36) will be part of the Exhibition “Abstracted” at the San Francisco Women Artists Gallery.  Come join me, Marianne Schovsbo, at the Opening Reception or at your own leisure during Gallery Open Hours. See below for further details or contact me with any questions you may have at:  mschovsbo@gmail.com Dates of […]

First Weekends Art Show

First Weekends Art Show

Come join me at the First Weekends Art Show at 337 Mirada Road, Miramar, Half Moon Bay, California on July 1st and 2nd from 10am to 5pm.  I will be there showcasing some of my paintings.  Prana will be one of those paintings.  Other artists will also be there as well -see full list below. […]

Oaks on the Hill – SOLD

Oaks on the Hill – SOLD

Oaks on the Hill (2016).   There are some paintings that just flow out based on feeling and emotion. Simply said – these paintings are abstract expressions of reality.  Oaks on the Hill (24″ x 30″) is such a piece and now hangs, lives and breathes in Thousand Oaks California — the “very” perfect place […]

Women’s View 2017 & Water Variation: Deep Blue

Women’s View 2017 & Water Variation: Deep Blue

Sometimes there are moments when paintings simply pour out of me.  During such a time last summer, I did a series of three abstract paintings based on colors, reflection and the flow of moving water.  These paintings were inspired by the wanderings (and wonderings) along the Aare River in Berne, Switzerland, a trip I had […]