In Ruby, Gyllenhammar takes the gemstone out of context and examines it in close-up. Facets and light breaks reflect the ruby's multifacetedness with crystalline sharpness. Read more about the work
Persona I has a hand-punched hole in the black, upper area. Sometimes to the left and sometimes to the right.
Printed on printing plates, not on paper
Blue sky version. Can be bought as a diptych together with Little Big Hill (blue) The black parts pf the mountain have been coated with a varnish, making them shiny.
In Målande (Painting) a woman is sitting on the floor with a palette in her hand. A creative game is in progress, where the woman paints the monkey while the tigers are playing in the background among the flowers. Read more about the four Fernström lithographs
The signature is placed on the back
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The signature is placed on the back. Read more about the "W.O.P" serie.
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This print has a mixed technique: the dots are digitally printed. Thereafter, the work ha been painted on copper plates and transferred to paper by running plate and paper through a printing press. Therefore, this work is unique and cannot be repeated.
The white elephant is an oriental symbol of luck. The picture shows boys playing. From the back of the elephant, one figure controls the others with the help of puppet strings. Read more about the four Fernström lithographs
Anneè Olofsson about the artwork: I wanted to try to get to the feeling you have when you are mourning. The feeling of being in a vacuum of grief, not knowing where you are, that you are so close to sinking. But you still choose life. Read more
"What looks abstract is actually concrete, it's just that I reproduce it with my own alphabet" says Cilla Ramnek about her series of silkscreen prints "Sakerna, svängrummet". Read more
The prints of Eva Beierheimer can look different within the same edition. Sometimes the colour is different or the plate has been turned. All works with the title ”untitled/47964 circles” make up the same edition, but can vary and are therefore presented as separate works.
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