Collection: Hanna L Herder

Hannah L. Herder has loved to draw and paint ever since she was a child. She began her artistic journey at Lunnevad Folk High School, aged 20, where she learned about ceramics, screen printing, graphics and photography. Although she has explored different techniques over the years, Hannah has always returned to her original focus – painting.

The artist has consciously focused on painting in recent years, also with responsibilities as a mother and partner. Hannah L. Herder feels that the day, as you know, only has 24 hours, and she prioritizes creating and expressing herself through painting.

Hannah's art world spans different forms of expression, and she allows herself to be inspired by different techniques while painting remains the core of her artistry.


Master's education in visual pedagogy at Konstfack
Image pedagogy at Konstfack, specialization art and design
Nyckelviksskolan, majoring in ceramics
Lunnevads Folkhögskola, artistic basic education
A one-week tempera course at Veddö Folk College
5 credit summer course in 3D graphics and animation at Södertörn University


Gallery Mats Bergman, Karlstad
Gallery Eklund, Stockholm
Galleri Sjöhästens Christmas salon, Nyköping
Galleri Sjöhästens Christmas salon, Nyköping
Gallery Eklund at the Affordable Art Fair, Nacka
Gallery Sander, Linköping
Gallery Eklund at the Antique Fair, Älvsjö
Liljevalchs Art Gallery, Stockholm
Edsvik Art Gallery, Sollentuna
Gallery Jacobson, Stockholm


Art and Animation teacher at Studion, a daily business with an aesthetic focus, Nacka
Teacher in picture at Fittjaskolan, Botkyrka
Teacher in design and image at Teknikgymnasiet, Södertälje
Designed stand for Wendela Hebbegymnasiet at Gymnasiemässan, Älvsjö
Teacher in various aesthetic courses at Sjödalsgymnasiet and Sågbäcksgymnasiet, Huddinge
Teacher in picture at Hagnässkolan go. 6-9, Kungsängen
Illustrator for Femkul magazine
Ceramics teacher at Folkuniversitetet, children's and adult courses, Linköping

Scholarship for master's thesis from the Visual Education Department at Konstfack
Book grant for degree project in art from the Visual Education Department at Konstfack
Scholarship from Marta, Åke and Wiwi Liljesson's fund