ABOUT

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Swedish artist. Born 1951 in Nättraby, Blekinge. Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden 

Senior Lecturer at University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm (Employed 1988 – 2016).

Member of Swedish Artists’ National Organization (KRO), Swedish Artists’ Association (SKF), Swedish Printmakers ́ Association (Grafiska Sällskapet) and GiV (Grafik i Väst, organization for printmakers).

EDUCATION

  • The Royal Institute of Fine Arts (Glass and Architecture), Stockholm, 1 year
  • The Royal Institute of Fine Arts (Painting and Graphic Art), Stockholm, 5 years
  • The Royal Institute of Fine Arts (Glass), Stockholm, 1 year
  • University of Applied Arts (Graphic Art), Vienna, 1 year
  • University of Stockholm, Art Science, 1 year

STIPENDS AND GRANTS

  • 2013 Award from The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts
  • 2013 Grafström Sandqvist´s Foundation
  • 2009, 1999, 1998 Langman’s Foundation
  • 2007, 1986 Helge Ax-son Johnson Foundation
  • 2004, 1994, 1986 The Swedish Arts Grants Committee
  • 2002 The Royal Institute of Fine Arts, Stockholm, project scholarship
  • 2002 University College of Arts Crafts and Design, Stockholm, project scholarship
  • 1984 Danderyd’s Culture scholarship
  • 1983 Brucebo scholarship
  • 1982 Sundsvall’s City Culture scholarship
  • 1978 Sallberg’s scholarship
  • 1967 Sundsvall’s Music scholarship

PUBLIC WORKS/COMMISIONS (selected)

  • 2014-2016 Skaraborg Hospital Skövde, Facade in graphic concrete, Glass parts in walls and entrances and balconies
  • 2015 University Hospital / Akademiska Hospital, Uppsala, Glass parts 50 meters and reception desk
  • 2013 ISAK, Norrköping university, Glass parts 2550 mm x 3640 mm. The National Public Art Council Sweden
  • 2001 Skanska’s head office, Stockholm – Glass parts and textiles for two restaurants
  • 2000 Skanska’s head office, Stockholm – two glass parts of a total of 15 m x 3,70 m, screen printed laminated glass and associated hand printed textiles, 50 meters in length
  • 1999 – 2001 Södersjukhuset (Stockholm South General Hospital), entrance wall, 100 m x 3,76 m, screen printed glass
  • 1994 Sikreno Retirement home, Danderyd – wall mosaic
  • 1993 Kevinge Retirement home, Danderyd – wall painting, 7 m x 9 m
  • 1988 Mariatorget’s subway station, Stockholm – paintings 10 m x 1,4 m and 2 m x 1,4 m

REPRESENTED BY

  • The National Public Art Council Sweden (at the Stockholm City Hall and St Göran’s hospital among others)
  • Municipalities and County councils around Sweden as well as private collections

ART DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

  • 2004 – 2008 ”Screen printed intelligent glass”. Printed enamels on glass. Financed by The Swedish Arts Grants Committee
  • 2002 – 2004 ”Screen printed intelligent glass” in cooperation with Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala university. Financed by The University College of Arts Crafts and Design and The Royal Institute of Fine Arts
  • 1997 ”Experimental screen printing on glass and iron”, with focus on the public room
  • 1992 Photomechanical processes and screen prints

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • 2017 Sölvesborgs konsthall
  • 2012 The Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts
  • 2011 The Swedish Printmakers’ Association /Grafiska Sällskapet, Stockholm
  • 2009 Höstalongen, Kistamässan, Stockholm
  • 2009 Gallery 316 Kubik, Hudiksvall (1 of 3 artists)
  • 2007 Grafikens Hus, Mariefred
  • 2007 Gallery Nordens Ljus, Stockholm
  • 2002 Gallery Stene, Järvso
  • 2000 Gallery Versalen, Sundsvall
  • 1997 Gallery Ölsjön, Hudiksvall
  • 1996 Dellenbygden’s Culture Commission, Hudiksvall
  • 1991 Sollentuna Culture Commission, Galleri Aniara
  • 1984 FGK-Gallery, Visby (as holder of scholarship)

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

  • 2014 Graphic Art Triennal, Uppsala
  • 2007 –  (yearly) The Swedish Printmakers’ Association /Grafiska Sällskapet
  • Swedish Artists’ Association (yearly)
  • 2001 Moviken Art, Hudiksvall (together with Lena Cronqvist and Ulrik Samuelsson, among others)
  • 1998/99 “Nordic Watercolour”/ ”Nordisk Akvarell” at Waldemarsudde Museum, Sölvesborg’s Art hall, Rydal’s Museum, Sundsvall’s Museum
  • 1999 “Screenprinted” /”Screentryckt”, Sollentuna Culture Commission
  • 1981 Liljevalchs Konsthall ”Handmade paper”
  • 1982 Röhsska Museum, Gothenburg
  • 1978 NUNSKU
  • 1977 National Gallery, Stockholm ”Young Drawers”