In Dialogue with Andrei Rublev I, Birth of Christ
Read more about the artworks in this series and see an interview with Erik Jeor here
Erik Jeor's painting "floats in a space or submarine world, between form and formless, body and landscape, abstract sign and figure" writes art critic Peter Cornell. Jeor's preferred technique is watercolor on paper, and it is with the color's own logic, gravity and physical weight that the works are being created. Pictures of internal och or external landscapes are created, open to the viewer's own interpretation.
Erik Jeor, born in 1974, lives and works in Stockholm. He has a master's degree in fine art from the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. His work has been shown both nationally and internationally, in Hong Kong, Shanghai, New York. He is represented in collections that include Moderna Museet and Malmö Art Museum, and has created a public work for Karolinska Institutet.