Collection: Kristina Hrafnhildur Plasgård

Is a Swedish/Icelandic artist based with studio in Pukebergs Glasbruk in Småland. In her works, she challenges the boundaries between textile design, graphic methods and painting. The works are often built up in a combination of acrylic, oil and watercolor painting, together with the classic printing technique screen printing. Patterns and illustrations are printed directly on the canvas or paper of the painting. The technique has developed a way of working where the two-dimensional surface is considered as a collage in the work process, rather than a painting. Many works are based on a single color, or a specific color scale, which creates a creative framework to work within.

TRAINING

Iceland Academy of the Arts, Reykjavik

SELECTED EXHIBITION

Liljevalch's spring salon
Landskrona Art Gallery
Private galleries