A quick glance should be all that is needed when you consider the intuitive, abstract art. You're going to be dragged into it and picked up by everything the painting wants to tell you. It can be emotions that touch and speak to you. The limitation is your own imagination. This is what the Swedish artist Helena Glans wants you to experience and feel when you look at her paintings. She describes creating her art in an emotional and intuitive process. It starts by taking in the feeling in the linen or cotton cloth and which acrylic colors will be included and developed. Helena works with her fingers, brushes and other accessories that feel right at the moment. The care in the choice of frame and hanging is the next step in the development of a finished work. Helena's creative side has been around her whole life. Even as a little girl, she created in different ways and in different forms of expression. This also meant that in her youth she trained as a hairdresser where she got an outlet for her creativity. Now in mature age, intuitive creativity manifests itself in autodidact painting.