ICON's is a story about iconic women throughout historie, that all have lost life and opportunities - just becaurse they where women. Painted as modern icons on canvas with acrylic and gold leaf. Put in to words by danish author and sociology Anette Prehn.

Work below are available through Galleri Nijenkamp.

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2020 - 2021

- was created in collaboration with Kasper Eistrup, the frontman of the Danish alternative rock band Kashmir. In this universe, the title of every painting corresponds to a Kashmir song, and the experience exploring the music and the lyrics together with the deep expressions of the vibrant creatures in the picture transfers the spectator into a whole new universe through a powerful symbiosis.

You can find Kashmirs music and the exhibitions playlist here on Spotify

Also read here what Wall Street International had to say about the exhibition.



In cooperation with Danmarks Naturfredningsforening (DN).

Lunda has joined the Danish Society for Nature Conservation in the fight to save some of the endangered species in Denmark. "The animals have no voice themselves, we cannot hear their cries for help, so I will be that voice through my art" says Lunda. – She has committed to paint 4 painting of 4 different endangered animals which also will be made in 30 ps. unique gold Icons, signed and numbered. 
20% of the sales profit will be donated to DN.


Lunda has currently several portrait orders in the pipeline. However it is essential that the portrait can be a part of Lunda's storytelling and universe for her to accept a request for a portrait, so the end deadline is hard to predict. Lunda is obviously more than willing to discuss a possible order. Call on +4526721504, send a mail or come by the gallery in St. Kongensgade 58 for a casual talk and a cop of coffee.



- is a series that is about the small and larger existential conversations we have inside our head. About divorses, fear of getting older, being misunderstood, overlooked and all the losses we had. It's is done with a self irony and is accompagnied whit Lunda own lyrics. CONVERSATION where on exhibition in

Tianjin city/China and in South Kensington/London UK. You can see an 3D tour of the London exhibtion here! - And also read Wall Street Internationals review on the London exhibition: "Someone Told Me I Was Very Brave"