Abstract Layers | oils by Gustav Hjelmgren

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Gustav Hjelmgren. Untitled. Oil on canvas. 150 x 135 cm.

 

We have the pleasure to invite you and a guest(s) to our opening in the presence of the artist Gustav Hjelmgren. Welcome to d:crypt, an exhibition space below ground at Embassy House Linnégatan 89C.


Thursday Feb 7 — 5.00 to 9.00pm
Presentation at 6.30 pm 

Embassy House, Linnégatan 89C
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With a keen interest in visual expression, Gustav Hjelmgren finds inspiration in the works of the early abstract expressionists. Working primarily with a squeegee, Gustav manipulates the newly applied paint, building up layer upon layer, working while the paint is still wet or making a conscious decision to reflect and allow that particular layer to dry before going on. Searching for his own unique expression, Gustav allows not only his instinct and subconscious feelings to guide him but he is also led by the nature of the medium itself and by the tools he has at hand.

These many layers symbolise for him not only the multiple layers of a lifetime but also serve as a symbol for diversity, as the various layers of paint and strokes of colour find harmony on his canvas in unexpected combinations.

Inspiration is also found in his deep and immediate connection with nature—be it a walk in the woods or the power of the open sea. Everything is connected and it is these connections that find their way onto his canvases.

CALL if you need help to get in!
070 307 34 32 Deborah, Galleri Duerr

Galleri Duerr at Embassy House is a Stockholm Design Week showroom.

https://mailchi.mp/galleriduerr/new-art-exhibition-opening?e=1f57beabbf

The Author

Galleri Duerr believes art exhibitions are great ways to tell important stories of our time, and that storytelling is a way to make contemporary art more accessible to everyone, regardless of age. That is why Galleri Duerr has been operating as a pop-up gallery since June of 2014, with the goal of reaching out to a wider and more diversified audience with high quality art.