Exhibitions at the Landborg Gallery

Landborg Gallery has shown art glass by well known artists at summer exhibitions since 2004. Here follows a short presentation of the various exhibitions.

The gallerist and owner, Gun Lennerstrand, is seen here at the exhibition of 2009 that presented glass sculptures and drawings in charcol and pastel by the artist Ann Wolff.

An exhibition comprising Swedish and international art glass, and Swedish and Danish ceramics. The gallery will close after this season and we will offer a ”Summer –Sale 30%” during the period of the exhibition. In the exhibition will be shown art glass from the glass factories... Read more

Art pieces are shown from the famous Swedish glass factories and from art glass studios. The pieces range from sculptural glass to art glass in smaller delicate forms.  In the pictures are shown Berit Johansson (Chandelier in Venetian style), Ann Wolff (Wärf) (Bowl - "Someone is looking... Read more

In the exhibition Swedish and international glass from our collection is being shown. The pictures present Bertil Vallien (sand casted sculpture), James Coignard (sculpture "Mannequin"), Eva Englund (vase wirh faces), Maria Koshenkova (sculpture in black). Read more

In the exhibition the following Swedish artists were represented: Tommy Bremberg, Kjell Engman, Ulla Forsell, Hans Frode, Ulrika Hydman-Vallien, Berit Johansson, Gunilla Kihlgren, Mårten Medbo, Ann Nilsson, Klas-Göran Tinbäck, Bertil Vallien, Ann Wolff och Edvin Öhrström. Works by Trine... Read more

The exhibition presented works by the Swedish artists:  Tommy Bremberg, Kjell Engman, Ulla Forsell, Hans Frode, Ulrika Hydman-Vallien, Berit Johansson, Gunilla Kihlgren, Mårten Medbo, Ann Nilsson, José Samson, Klas-Göran Tinbäck, Bertil Vallien, Ann Wolff och Edvin Öhrström. and the... Read more

The exhibition presented works by eight glass artists who had exhibited at Landborg Gallery in the years 2004 - 2010. Artists and year of exhibition: Gunilla Kihlgren (2004) , Henrik Allert (2005), Mårten Medbo (2006), Berit Johansson (2007), Ulla Forsell (2008), Ann Wolff (2009), Erik... Read more

  Hans Frode was born in 1951 in Västerås. He studied at Byam Shaw Art School in London. He has been working in New York since the 1980-ies and he has participated in the development of Urban Glass, situated in Brooklyn. At Urban Glass he learnt to work in neon and in pate de verre. His wall... Read more

  Erik Höglund (1932 – 1998) was born in Karlskrona. He studied at the School of Art and design in Stockholm and graphics with Harald Sahlberg. He was recruited as a designer to the Boda glass factory in 1953 and he worked there until 1973. Erik Höglund revolutionized Swedish glass in... Read more

Ann Wolff was born in 1937 in Lübeck, Germany. She lives and works on Gotland, Sweden. She studied at Hochschule fur Gestaltung in Ulm, and came to Pukeberg Glass Factory, Sweden as designer in 1960, later at Kosta Boda. Since 1978 Ann Wolff has been working in her own studio, first in Transjö and... Read more

  Ulla Forsell was born in 1944. She lives and works in Stockholm. She studied at the College of Art and Design (Konstfack) in Stockholm and in Holland. Ulla Forsell is one of the very first studio artists in Sweden. She started her studio in 1974 and she still works there.  Ulla... Read more

Berit Johannson was born in Vadstena, Sweden, and she lives and works there. She trained at the College of  Art and Design (Konstfack) in Stockholm and she has also studied in England, Italy and the US.  The main part of her art glass is produced in collaboration with the Sjöhyttan... Read more

  Mårten Medbo was born in Stockholm in 1964, and he lives and works on Gotland. He studied at the School of Art and Design in Stockholm. Mårten Medbo’s glass was produced at the Ajeto glass factory in Czech Republic. His glass is both blown in organic forms, and also cut in very... Read more

Gerd Allert (1940 - 2010) worked in textile and Henrik Allert born in 1937 is working in ceramics and glass.  Gerd Allert studied textile at the School of Crafts in Gothenburg 1960 - 64.  She is represented at e.g. Skövde museum, Rackstad museum, and has performed textile works for... Read more

Gunilla Kihlgren wa born in 1960 in Stöllet, Sweden, and she lives and works in Stockholm. She studied at the School of Art and Craft in Stockholm, the Pilchuck glass works in the US, and the Orrefors school of glass. Gunilla Kihlgren has been teaching at the School of Art and Craft in Stockholm... Read more

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