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

2018 The Swedish Arts Grants Committee

2018 Helge Ax-son Johnson Foundation

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”