Robin Ahlgren is a Swedish artist and an interior architect based in Stockholm. The interest in art started from a young age when he often watched his grandfather paint in his atelier.
“I started creating art when I was very young, at first I pantied a lot with acrylic and oil doing abstract art but as I’ve grown into my own style I like it more simple and clean.”
He moved to Paris at the age of 21 to learn more about art and architecture and to study french. After half a year in Paris, he moved to Marbella, Spain to study interior architecture. After his BA honours degree, he moved back to Stockholm.
“I do art because is a beautiful way to express myself in, showing feelings, mood, and the perfect way to disappear into another world for a while, for me it’s a little bit like yoga, being in my atelier.”
Getting his inspiration from his grandfather, Picasso, Henri Matisse and a lot of other artists that create contemporary art.
“To me, art is something that you can look at plenty of times but always see something different, art is inspiring and meditating.”