Lia van Elffenbrinck

For paintings, commissions and murals, abstracts as well as figuratives, you can ask Lia van Elffenbrinck.


I also do workshops for adults and kids, classes or vacations.

Below you can see my latest works.


Do you want a painting on commission or a mural, contact me, I can do it!

Every Breath You Take, palette knife painting of a saxophonist wearing a green jacket and a blue jeans in front of a blue and orange with red background,

Every Breath You Take

Motion, colourful painting of a female silhouette making a movement as if she is doing gymnastics.


Untouched Promise. Abstract painting of a blue greenish though colourful landscape.

Untouched Promise.

The promised Land abstract painting of a colorful landscape

The promised Land

How to buy a painting

To buy a painting, just ask me and I will send it to you.

Via the contact form please send me the title of the painting and your contact information. I will provide you with an invoice and the payment procedure. You can pay via paypal or bank transfer. After receiving your payment I will ship the painting within two business days.

Please notice that the colours of the original paintings may look different on your computer screen.

Painting on commission:

If you would like to buy a painting which is not available anymore, don’t hesitate to ask. I can make a painting on commission.

Low budget:

Too expensive? Make a reasonable offer! You can also choose a painting from the low budget page.

It is not allowed to copy my paintings without my permission.

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This is My Story

How Art came into my life

I started painting in 2007 as I felt very very bad, because I had nothing left: no home, no work, no friends. Then I noted how good it felt to paint, so I painted and drew just to myself. Sometimes I used these paintings as a present for my children, but I never showed the world what I was doing. In 2015 my very dear friend Dami told me, that I was an artist and I should do something with it. It was an eye opener which first made me scared. Of course in my life I was always painting, but I thought that it was quite normal and everyone would do that.
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