Arts 2021

Artists winter 2021

November 27 – December 30

Hanna Ekegren – the artist from Västra Frölunda who likes differences in people, focuses on everyone’s equal value and whose works deliver joy, comfort and contemplation.
THE COMEDY WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS – the exhibition that evokes giggles and horse laughs, but also evokes conversations about biodiversity, sustainability and exploitation.
Anette Gustafsson – the watercolor artist from Åland and Norrtälje who is inspired by the expressive elephants ashore  as well as the exciting life below the water surface.
Inger Hallström Stinnerbom – the talented costume designer from Östra Ämtervik who manages to tailor heritage and folk cultures in a unique way and who gives the experiences at Västanå Theater magnificent heights.
Elin Zlatkoviv – the art photographer from Skövde who with her unique imagery combines aesthetics and imaginative adventures with a clear commitment to society.
Mia Jansson – the life-affirming raku potter from Karlstad whose driving force comes from chaos, stress and a love for horses.
Dan Henriksson – the ceramicist from Skoghall who got the feeling for clay from his birth  and who is inspired by what is going on in present time.

Artists autumn 2021

September 3 – October 31

Micke Holmquist – the humorous artist from Stockholm who places celebrities in extraordinary contexts.
Oliver Skifs – the artist from Stockholm who with a fondness for leather, live action role playing games (LARP) and music, produces exceptional works in a completely unique style.
Gosia Ornowska – the passionate oil painter from Skärholmen whose art evokes emotions and invites conversation.
Olga Magnusson – the oil painter from Deje who believes in what is timeless, real and beautiful and who masters both portraits and playfulness.
Tina Langenach – the poetic photographer from Varberg whose works reveal secrets, shame and projection.
Helena Perminger – the detail-focused artist from Järfälla who could be placed  in the borderland between discomfort and fascination.
Hanna Ekegren – the artist from Västra Frölunda who likes differences in people, focuses on everyone’s equal value and whose works deliver joy, comfort and contemplation.
Mia Jansson – the life-affirming raku potter from Karlstad whose driving force comes from chaos, stress and a love for horses.
THE COMEDY WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS – the exhibition that evokes giggles and horse laughs, but also evokes conversations about biodiversity, sustainability and exploitation.

Artists summer 2021

June 4 – August 29

Micke Holmquist – the humorous artist from Stockholm who places celebrities in extraordinary contexts.
Oliver Skifs – the artist from Stockholm who with a fondness for leather, live action role playing games (LARP) and music, produces exceptional works in a completely unique style.
Thomas Christenson – the powerfully visual artist from Karlstad who lets creativity be an oasis and a source of energy.
Finn Gutenfeldt – the creative artist from Ängelholm who combines art and motorsport in a unique way.
Anna Nilsson – the playful illustrator from Linköping who creates by the motto “more is more”.
Anne Vaivot – the wirework artist from Upplands Väsby who has taken the hobo craft to fabulous heights.
Gosia Ornowska – the passionate oil painter from Skärholmen whose art evokes emotions and invites conversation.
Jenny Christenson – the Värmland photographer who lives in Gothenburg and is attracted by free photography along with her fight for the preservation of wild horses.
Constanze Wartenberg – the detailed artist from Mölnlycke whose work is inspired by people today and present time.
Olga Magnusson – the oil painter from Deje who believes in what is timeless, real and beautiful and who masters both portraits and playfulness.
Birgitta Alm – the watercolor artist from Karlstad who lets art and reality meet in the communication of transparency.