Solveig has been invited to showcase her work at the 15th Asia Contemporary Art Show in Hong Kong.
In less than 35 days, the nearly 70-year-old graphic impressionist, will leave Australia for the first time.
“Until now, I’ve never had reason to leave, but this is such a great opportunity,” Solveig says.
“We don’t have anything like this in Australia for artists, it’s a real chance to showcase my work to the world.”
Solveig’s is taking 20 original artworks including Sun Bathing (pictured) with her and will display them in her own suite at the Conrad Hilton as part of the intimate hotel art fair.
Over four days (4-7 October), guests will visit each of the exhibitors’ suites to see more than 1,500 original paintings, limited editions, sculpture and photography on display.
Solveig joins more than 50 exhibitors from across the world including United Kingdom, France, Russia, Lebanon, Australia, Malaysia, South Korea, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Solveig is currently a featured artist at the show’s website: www.asiacontemporaryart.com.
In response to envious concerns from the community about Mullumbimby missing out, Solveig will be doing a show in her home town early in the new year.
“I am working with local shop owners to display one piece in 20 different businesses, creating an art trail,” Solveig says.
Take a look at Solveig’s latest work in her gallery.