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Photo: Jonas Ingman
The Nordic Watercolor Museum's solo exhibition with watercolours, drawings and textile works by Andreas Eriksson has been extended until 25.4 2021. The presentation highlights the complex, time-consuming creative process from idea to expression, from sketch to weave.
Through art, we track a terrain where emotions and impressions have been visualised and structured onto the receptive watercolour paper, as if it were a topographical map. The external and internal unite.
Ever since the first picture books began to be produced in the 19th century, watercolour techniques have played a major part in the creation of illustrations for this kind of literature. This is reflected in the museum's art collection, where original works by several of our most important picture book artists are represented.
A major exhibition of the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser will open at the Nordic Watercolour Museum on 9 May 2021.
Please note that the exhibition has been rescheduled and will take place 26 September 2021–16 January 2022.