ANNA LERINDER

Observations 2, Not Always By the Horizon

april 14 – MAY 5, 2018

Swedish visual artist Anna Lerinder exhibits mixed media works in stoneware, pottery and porcelain. Inspired by surface and light, her own studio and travels to Japan, Lerinder creates wall-mounted works and still objects.

Just as in architecture, it is clear how the bodies and modules of the works relate to one another. A strong sense of the material and how the natural light falls into the gallery room affects the art experience.

The restrained and austere, aesthetically on point result is also the very essence of Romanticism and its view of the sublimity of nature. Likewise, there are elements of budding spring in Lerinder’s earthy colour palette.

Artist talk: Tuesday April 17, 5.30 pm.

Photo: Felix Odell.

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“The Aspect of Time II”, black ceramics.

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“There”, coloured bone china.

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A selection of works from the exhibition “Observations II, Not Always by the Horizon”.

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“Not Always By the Horizon”, black stoneware, painted.

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A selection of works from the exhibition “Observations II, Not Always by the Horizon”.

ANNA LERINDER

“Then”, brick clay and “It Was For the Night”, coloured stoneware.

ANNA LERINDER

A selection of works from the exhibition “Observations II, Not Always by the Horizon”.

ANNA LERINDER

“When We Were There”, black stoneware, painted.