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22/6 - 8/9 2024 Svensk-Finsk keramik

Tidigare utställningar

Ebba von Wachenfeldt - 40 år med glas konstglas
Teresa & Jonas Rooth, måleri och konstglas
Finskt glas, Fem Finska glaskonstnärer
Glas i naturen, 14 glaskonstnärer från Glasakademin
Toni Tanninen, 16 days, konstglas
Kristin Larsson, konstglas
Saara Sirkeoja, konstglas
Ali Aissaoui, måleri
Magnus Blomberg - Slutställning, installation
Inger Sannes, skulptur
Harry Raudsepp, keramik, måleri
Camilla Carp, skulptur
Hanna Kaasinen, It wasn´t me, glas
Tord Nygren, måleri, träherrar och trädamer
Suyapa Ramos, skulptur, mixed media
Aliénor Edström Bourdeau, måleri
Evelina Lindström, måleri, skulptur, installation
Eleonor Ryding - måleri
Kerstin Pettersson och Göran Ohlén - måleri
Panu Ollikainen - måleri, installation
Bruno Påhlsson - måleri
Harry Raudsepp - skulptur, akvarell
Vani Chawla - måleri
Ulla Ceder - keramik
Jean-Louis Gerard - skulptur
iita Villiina - konstglas
Damp Down - performance
Kim Sawyer - fotografi
Cecilia Ingard - måleri
Sonja Karlsson & Kerstin Holmgren, måleri
Michael Odevall - fotografi
Maisam Kadhem Hadi - måleri
Gunilla Cassel, Ilze Dulmanis & Carola Hedman
Gülbeden Kulbay
Birgit Nygren & Tord Nygren
Harry Raudsepp & Camilla Wessman
Anne Deval
Herbarium - textil
Saara Sirkeoja
Gränslandet - glas
Kvinnligt formade kärl
HC Nygårdh och Stina Berge
Berndt Wennström och Karin Petri Wennström
Svenskt konstglas
Berit Frøseth
Kristoffer Laurén
Marie-Louise Lindström
Mats Gärling
Mats Lydén
Eleonor Ryding Thunholm
oljemålningar
Kazuhiro Nakano
glas
Pär Johansson och Fredrik Sundqvist
måleri och skulptur
Solveig Norrman
En familjehistoria
Ebba von Wachenfeldt
Glas - mitt andra modersmål
Siri-K. Karlsson
Begrundar & Underfundar - måleri och skulptur
Tord Nygren
måleri och skulptur
Janne Höijer och Hans Christian Nygårdn
visar bilder
Ebba von Wachenfeldt och s u r o l l e c/o Jögge Sundqvist
Träsvag & glasglad
Ove Imland
Zoociologi
Art in the green box
Bengt Härdelin
Que Vadis
Panu Ollikainen
måleri och skulptur
Niina-Anneli Kaarnamo
glasföremål och installationer
Birgitta Säflund & Joakim Säflund
måleri
Marie-Louise Lindström
måleri
Anne-Marie Zettersten
olja
AnnSofi Pettersson
akvareller
Alexandra Kronqvist
collage
Signe Högström & Gunilla Grundeus
måleri
Birgit Nygren & Tord Nygren
textil, målningar och skulpturer
Hans Meerveld & Harry Meerveld
oljemålningar
Margareta Persson
måleri
Ria Roes Schwartz
akvareller från Lofoten
Färg
grafik, keramik och glas
Kalejdoskop - Niina-Anneli Kaarnamo och Panu Ollikainen
glas och måleri
Marie-Louise Lindström
måleri
Hans-Christian Nygårdh
glädjeyttringar
Bengt Härdelin
DE LIN KODEN
Michael McLain
Exposures
Göte Göransson
teckningar och måleri
Mats Gärling & Magnus Blomberg
måleri och skulptur
Päivi Koskell & Kerstin Pettersson
glas och måleri

Svensk-Finsk keramik

22 juni - 8 september 2024
Avgångsklasserna i keramik på Vårdinge folhögskola och Forssan yhteislyseo i Finland visar keramik utomhus och i galleriet.
De medverkande keramikerna är:
Leena Banerjee
Joonas Nyman
Maria Mélart
Tiina Sihvonen
Sabina Hautala
Elina Onnela
Anna Niinimäki
Oona Turunen
Sanna Leinonen
Päivi Koskell
Lisa Hübbert
Helena Laine

Leena Banerjee

is a newly graduated ceramicist with an interest in exploring different techniques to widen her knowledge of ceramics and its possibilities. Originally from Finland, she is now mostly based in Belgium. Her artwork series "Portals" utilizes picture transfer on stoneware, and takes you along her journeys through Finland, Belgium and India.
Portals
Portals (2024), detail. Picture transfer on stoneware.

Joonas Nyman

is a recently graduated ceramist who has lately focused on creating relief art. The inspiration for the reliefs was born during an internship at Arabia Art Department in Helsinki. In the near future, he plans to continue working as an assistant to artists of the Arabia Art Department Society and to establish his own studio. The relief ”Kingfisher” is made of geometric pieces using slipcasting technique.
Kingfisher
Kingfisher. Relief

Maria Mélart

is a Finnish artist who has previously illustrated children’s books for various publishers in Finland. She enjoys creating fairy tale -like art using primarily traditional mediums such as pencils and colour pencils, currently exploring themes of femininity and sensuality. After graduating from studying ceramics at Forssa Vocational Institute her artistic journey will continue in clay as well, mostly focusing on hand built sculptures of people and animals
Come back safe
Come back safe (2024). Hand built stoneware

Tiina Sihvonen

is a ceramicist whose roots are solidly in the pine forests, ridges and small lakes of Central Finland. Nature is often involved in her work in the form of inspiration or as environmental artwork. She values curiosity, wonder and playfulness.
"Matter Ducks" is a ceramic piece that recreates an object known to all, a plastic toy. Material is altered yet function remains the same, as slip cast ducks float and deliver joy.
Matter Ducks
Matter Ducks (2024), detail. Slip cast ceramic

Sabina Hautala

De senaste två åren har jag studerat keramik på Vårdinge folkhögskola och det har varit otroligt givande, lärorikt och roligt. Jag har utvecklat och format mitt eget konstnärliga uttryck och påbörjat min resa till att bli keramiker
Jag inspireras mycket av djur och natur och när jag skapar låter jag fantasin flöda och styra mig dit den vill. Färg, form, mönster och symboler är också stora inspirationskällor. Jag ringlar och skulpterar mycket och arbetar gärna i både stor och liten skala.
Fantasin är en stor del i mitt skapande och med hjälp av mitt inre barn känns möjligheterna oändliga. Jag vill att min keramik ska tala till betraktaren utan ord, samtidigt vara vacker att titta på och väcka det inre barnets skaparlust.
Sabina Hautala

Elina Onnela

is a newly graduated ceramicist with a background in graphic design and theatre prop production.
The series of sculptures outside, “Arise” is inspired by plants and microscopic pictures of flora and fauna. All the parts are handmade with stoneware and then glazed.
The series of light-sculptures indoors, “Bulb Bloom 1, 2 and 3” have been inspired by the underwater world and are made in a stream of consciousness.
Bulb bloob 3
Bulb Bloom 3, handbuilt and glazed stoneware and electrical parts + led bulbs

Anna Niinimäki

is a ceramic artist from Riihimäki (Finland) who loves to create ceramic art using natural materials with clay and to make new art out of broken ceramics. Her motto is: "Meant to be broken to be whole" and all of her art is usually broken in one way or another like all of us in this world. Anna's art is also imperfect because she thinks imperfection is perfection.
The union of glass and ceramics fascinates Anna, and in the exhibition she presents imaginative flowers that use ceramics and glass in various forms, such as a surface depicting crumpling of paper.
Anna Niinimäki

Oona Turunen

is a Finnish ceramicist and a sex therapist who comes from the world of dance, movement and bodywork. She finds human body extremely interesting and inspiring. She is also an esthete who loves the eternal beauty of flowers and nature.
In these two small sculptures she explores the sensitivity of male body, body image and sexuality, which is a familiar subject from her work as a therapist.
Am I enough?
A raw version of the sculpture ’Am I enough?’ (2024), hand built, stoneware

Sanna Leinonen

is a professional circus artist and a newly graduated ceramic artisan. In her recent performing art pieces circus meets at least performance art and site specific art. Her work intertwines with the discourse on the ecological crisis that marks our time. In her ceramic work Leinonen directs her gaze to the form of everyday objects. In her latest piece she plays with shape as her coil thrown sculpture becomes almost pillar-like.
The sculpture “The Queen Ananas Cumulus” is a symbol of glorifying opulence and wealth. In our age, the symbols of wealth vary from wearing designer brands to travelling and showcasing a luxurious lifestyle. For a long time through history, this symbol of wealth was the pineapple. An exotic sign of wealth, it even gave rise to businesses hiring out pineapples in the 18th century Great Britain. The same pineapple would be hired out to one customer after the other, until it would finally rot away.
The Queen Ananas Cumulus
The Queen Ananas Cumulus, detail

Päivi Koskell

is a multi-material artist. She is a glassblower and ceramist by profession. She is currently working on hand-building ceramics. Her artworks combine experiences of light and darkness inspired by the exploration of opposites. She dares to confront the boundaries of morality and aesthetics in her art.
In this exhibition she wants to explore the relationship between ceramics and nature. How nature accepts works of art and how to shape them on nature's terms.
Pilgrimage
Pilgrimage (2024), detail

Lisa Hübbert

Jag trodde att du skulle komma tillbaka för mig så fort du insåg att du lämnat mig kvar.
Jag väntade i dagar och dagar, år och år men aldrig kom du tillbaka.
Varför lämnade du mig?
Varför lämnade du mig? Saltbränt stengods

Helena Laine

Why
Why (2024), stengods