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A portrait of Swedish inventor and entrepreneur, Martin Gren, was commissioned by Canon in early 2022, intended for the premises of Axis Communications in Lund, Sweden. I spent the following months creating a portrait using 5944 squares of patinated bronze. These bronze squares give a pixel effect to the portrait
Sluuki. A magical creature, created in my studio since the beginning of the year, now roaming free in the brand new school Rydsgårdsskolan near Skurup in southern Sweden. Sluuki started its journey in this world on the roof of Rutgerskolan in Skurup, Sweden, in 1925. 95 years later the roof
TRANSIT is a very special series of artworks, whose creation started in 1906. An amazing copper tower on the old Malmö post office was slowly patinated over the course of the century that followed. Then it was my turn. The past six years I have continued the process of transforming
TRANSIT is a solo exhibition taking place in Malmö, Sweden. The exhibition opens at STUDIO Malmö, Nordenskiöldsgatan 24, on Saturday December 4, 2021, 14.00–18.00. This exhibition has been in the making since 2016 and is made up of artworks created from the 115 year old copper towers from the old “Centralposthuset” (Central Post Office)
My art has been inspired by nature from my earliest days as an art student. However, since starting to work in my new studio in 2020, the plants and creatures of the forest and meadows in which it nestles have permeated my creative thoughts to a heightened degree. The result
“VÄXT” is my solo exhibition atJÄGER & JANSSON Galleri in Lund, Sweden. VÄXT (which is Swedish for life force, as in “plant” or “growth”) is a large, themed exhibition. The artworks that make up VÄXT are all made of etched and patinated copper, brass and bronze. Copper mushrooms sprout in