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© Laila Meyrick
Anna Talbot is an emerging jewellery artist inspired by fairytales, nursery rhymes, songs and […]
Anna Talbot is an emerging jewellery artist inspired by fairytales, nursery rhymes, songs and stories. Wolves, deer, trees, forests and Little Red Riding Hood are all central elements in her universe. She works with layering different materials and colours to create three-dimensional pieces. Talbot exhibits together with the group KL!NK, and at COLLECT with Galleri Format Oslo, and at travelling exhibition From the Coolest Corner.
© Sveinung Bråthen
Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud studied at Guldsmedhøyskolen in Copenhagen. She has participated in […]
Åse-Marit Thorbjørnsrud studied at Guldsmedhøyskolen in Copenhagen. She has participated in several exhibitions, last at COLLECT 2013 at Saatchi Gallery in London, and "Stories in Silver" at Artists' Association in Oslo. Thorbjørnsrud has previously worked with her own special folding technique in silver, working with simple geometric expressions. In her recent series, Fragments, she works with repetition making sculptural brooches.
© Heidi Bjørgan
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Heidi Bjørgan is a ceramicist, and she collects. Overlooked objects, a lamp, an old bread tin with […]
Heidi Bjørgan is a ceramicist, and she collects. Overlooked objects, a lamp, an old bread tin with an interesting shape or knick-knacks of low value which have been discarded as trash or have ended up in a car boot sale, that is what she collects. She gives these forms a second chance in a new guise, in a new context and sometimes adds a new function. As a maker, her aim is to explore the aesthetic potential of the shapes of these objects.
© Kai Wilhelm Nessler
Inger Johanne Rasmussen works with inlayd textiles, a type of textile tradition closest to […]
Inger Johanne Rasmussen works with inlayd textiles, a type of textile tradition closest to patchwork quilting. She dyes, cuts and sews pieces of felt, using a similar technique to appliqué. Rasmussen’s work is part of several public and museum collections. In 2012 she exhibited at Spiral Gallery in Tokyo, and in 2013 she will participate at “Modern Makers” at Chatsworth House, England, and have a solo exhibition at Bomuldsfabrikken in Norway.
© Irene Nordli
Artisan d'art / Atelier
Irene Nordli is one of Norway’s foremost ceramists. She represents a generation of conceptual […]
Irene Nordli is one of Norway’s foremost ceramists. She represents a generation of conceptual artists who have redefined the field of Nordic craft. Nordli graduated from Bergen Academy of the Arts and has held a series of international exhibitions. She teaches ceramic art at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. In 2011, a series of her work, developed at Jingdezhen in China, was represented at Art Beijing – Contemporary Art Fair.
© Morten Brun
Kari Håkonsen works with glass blowing to create quite large scale sculptural objects. Line, form, […]
Kari Håkonsen works with glass blowing to create quite large scale sculptural objects. Line, form, depth, light, shadow and color are important elements in her recent series, Mirage. Inspired by the phenomenon of optical illusion as it appears on the west coast of Norway where she spends her summers. Håkonsen went to the Surrey Institute of Art and Design, England in 1996, after graduating from the National School of Glass in Orrefors, Sweden.
© Katrine Køster Holst
Artisan d'art / Atelier
Katrine Køster Holst graduated from Bergen Academy of Arts and Design in 2006, and has held […]
Katrine Køster Holst graduated from Bergen Academy of Arts and Design in 2006, and has held several solo exhibitions and participated in collective exhibitions. For several years Holst has been challenging and questioning the medium of ceramics and wood. Through her deep knowledge of the material and her strong conceptual approach she influenced the understanding of what ceramic is and could be beyond its functional and pure aesthetic qualities.
© Konrad Mehus
Since the end of the 1960's, Konrad Mehus has been a central figure in Norwegian craft. With his […]
Since the end of the 1960's, Konrad Mehus has been a central figure in Norwegian craft. With his jewellery he tells stories with both social and political wit, rich in metaphors and symbols. Concept and content play a more important role in his work than practical usage and function. Mehus has participated at numerous exhibitions, latest at Kunstnerforbundet in Oslo. His work is represented in all of the significant public collections in Norway.
© Tom Hansen
Liv Blåvarp has throughout her artistic career focused on wood as material. She is most renowned […]
Liv Blåvarp has throughout her artistic career focused on wood as material. She is most renowned for her large sculptural necklaces. Over the last few years she has done several commissioned works for public spaces. It is the tactile quality of wood that Blåvarp finds appealing. In her jewellery pieces she combines Norwegian and exotic wood with other materials like whale tooth.
Reinhold Ziegler approaches jewellery in terms of ritual objects. For him a ritual is an action […]
Reinhold Ziegler approaches jewellery in terms of ritual objects. For him a ritual is an action through which one sacrifices individuality and transcends the frame of the self. He does not use clear references to specific rituals, but wants people to decide for themselves how his objects can be used. Ziegler had a solo exhibition at Galleri Format Oslo in 2011, and participated at AFTERMATH of art jewellery at Museum Villa Stuck in 2013.
Sigurd Bronger is one of the leading jewellery artists in Norway. He is known for his mechanical […]
Sigurd Bronger is one of the leading jewellery artists in Norway. He is known for his mechanical constructions filled with humor and surprise elements. His art pieces are carrying devices for everyday objects like shoe sole, soap and egg. In 2011 he had retrospective exhibition at Lillehammer Kunstmuseum. Bronger has been awarded several prizes throughout this career; in 2012 he was awarded the design prize Torsten & Wanja Söderberg prize.
© Torbjørn Kvasbø
Torbjørn Kvasbø is one of the leading artists within international ceramic art. He has been […]
Torbjørn Kvasbø is one of the leading artists within international ceramic art. He has been exploring the possibilities of clay in terms of tradition, type of clay and firing temperature since the 1970s. His continual repetition of the same cylindrical form creates dynamic, expressive and often monumental objects. In September 2013 he will have a solo exhibition at Lillehammer Kunstmuseum and publish a book with ARNOLDSCHE Art Publishers.