Ann Karlholm

Ann Karlholm’s detailed works arise in the meeting between different types of wood. Karlholm’s work is governed by an extensive experience and knowledge of the particular characteristics of various kinds of wood, as well as an intuitive feel for her material, resulting in both tactile and visually appealing works.

Ann Karlholm (b. 1965) lives and works in Stockholm, where she has her own workshop. She is represented at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm. She attended Carl Malmsten’s Workshop School and Nyckelviksskolan, both on Lidingö.

Detail of sculpture/ plate with pralines and pastries.

walnut, mahogany, birch, oak, recycled jacaranda, maple. Engraved aluminium plate with underside painted in fluorescent paint. Exhibited in ”Très Chic” (February 3 – 24, 2018).

Sculpture/ pastry.

pear tree, recycled jacaranda, oak, linden tree, walnut. Engraved aluminium plate with underside painted in fluorescent paint. Exhibited in ”Très Chic” (February 3 – 24, 2018).

Wall sculpture, ”Hope”.

oak, ash, maple, juniper, aspen, walnut. Measurements: 51,5 x 48. Exhibited in “Quarantena” (May 7 – June 15, 2020). x 5 cm.

UTSTÄLLNINGAR

TRÈS CHIC

ANN KARLHOLM, ÅKE LANDSTRÖM, CHARLOTTE MRANI AND LENA OLSON

February 3 – 24, 2018