Carl Wargh has both practical and the study of art behind him. During the 1950s and 1960s, he studied at the Finnish Art Academy School (currently The Academy of Fine Arts) in Helsinki and was a painting student of expressionist Oskar Kokoschka in Salzburg. Carl Wargh works primarily intuitively and with improvisation. His art captures us with shifts in perspective and unexpected compositions. The images are often produced with combinations of thin pencil drawing with watercolours. The paint flows, not freely however, but controlled by extremely economical use of water. With the help of collage technique Carl Wargh builds up pictures with leftover material from his studio. He focuses on the base colour’s contrast effect and creates relief-like effects in his paintings.