Mette Skov Mærsk (b. 1979) is a trained forest and landscape engineer at the University of Copenhagen.
Mette has always drawn and painted, and she finds inspiration in the wild nature - in the visual arts she combines her great joy and enthusiasm for nature with art. Her themes are our Nordic birds, insects and cliff landscapes. Mette works primarily with watercolor, and often works wet in wet to achieve spontaneity and life in the works. She also often uses graphite and charcoal in the watercolor to achieve a more raw and natural look. In this way, animals and landscapes will appear more lifelike and fleeting, as we experience them in nature. Mette has participated in several censored exhibitions in Denmark.