Tove Mauritzson’s paintings present a surreal and vibrant welding of nature and the domestic. The nature elements within her work takes clear inspiration from her childhood growing up in the Swedish countryside. She explains that the other worldly elements of her work come from an impulse to paint her desires into being. As her studio and home space are one of the same, often her domestic life seeps into her work. We see loyal canine companions with robins circling a hood hair dryer. Pitbulls bowing to a crowned dog who sits besides a dog bowl filled with goldfish. None of these images are impossible, but the brilliant kitsch of the scenes convince us that Mauritszon has certainly taken us through the looking glass.