Andreas Lie is a visual artist from Bergen, Norway. He is most known for his double exposure style which reflects a deep appreciation for nature and the wildlife that inhabits the wilderness near his home. He is fortunate to live in a place surrounded by majestic mountains and wild spaces, which are undoubtedly an inexhaustible source of inspiration for him and his work.
Q: When did you know that you would be an artist?
A: I have wanted to be doing graphic work for about 12-13 years now, but it was not before 2014 that I really decided to actually try and do it.
Q: How long did it take to refine your personal style?
A: Maybe six months after going seriously after my art passion in 2014, I was doing a lot of different stuff and finally hit something that I was really happy with and that resonated with my followers. That was the double exposure style I am mostly known for today.
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