“What if?”
Lens Magazine|October 2021
"Being an artist means for me bringing one's artistic vision into everyday life. It means harnessing the moments of inspiration and creativity but also trying to embrace all aspects of the process when it means adversity and hard work. With my art, I would like the viewer to be carried away into another world and encouraged to create and shape his or her individual story. I hope my art provides a moment of respite for the viewer and perhaps inspires the thought, "What if?".
SARA VICTORIA SANDBERG

Winter's Queen, 2021. Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

Majestic, 2020. Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

Above the Clouds, 2020. Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

Reflections, 2021. Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

The Visionary, 2021.Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

Serenity, 2021. Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

The Explorers, 2021. Fine art print, limited edition. Sara Victoria Sandberg © All rights reserved.

Sara Victoria Sandberg is a photo composite artist based in Stockholm. To go beyond the boundaries of the real world and to create imaginative scenes has always been her wish. Her digital technologies combined with her own photography and vision enable Sara to create artwork full of imagination, beauty, and mystery.

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