Collection: Julia Olofsson

Julia Kabell is the artist who dives deep into how environments are affected by human presence and activity. She explores places where people have left small footprints, fragments of human energy that have waned over time. By physically being present at these places, Julia documents and creates a deeper understanding of the environment, and these places then become fundamental references in her artistic work. Her art focuses on natural environments with various buildings, both exterior and interior.

In Julia's artwork, figures, usually women, whose task is to anchor the individual's experiences in the environment that has been changed by man, reappear. Drawing is a fundamental means of expression and a technique that plays a central role in all parts of her artistic processes, from idea to finished work. She constantly challenges drawing by applying it to new contexts and materials, including wood and utility objects, in an effort to extend the basic form of drawing.


  • The design program at Växjö University
  • Image and form course at Växjö University
  • Art Collage at Folkuniversitetet
  • Dômen Art School

Exhibitions (Selection):

  • Gallery Mats Bergman, Karlstad
  • Karlskoga art gallery
  • Art Gallery K in Karlstad
  • Gothenburg Art Association
  • Culture House Kåken
  • Konsthallen Blå Stället, Angered

Collection exhibitions (Selection):

  • The slaughter house in Stockholm
  • Värmland's art association's Autumn Salon at Värmland's museum
  • Art promotion in Värmland
  • Alingsås Art Gallery
  • Kulturhuset Framtiden, Linköping
  • Gothenburg Art Association


  • Represented by the City of Gothenburg, Karlstad Municipality and Karlskoga Municipality.