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Ceramist Josefin Fina Holmqvist

Swedish ceramist Josefin Fina Holmqvist is exhibiting at Kaolin gallery in Stockholm until May 25th. Don't miss her ceramic art inspired by electricity lines and their entangled appearance!

Holmqvist graduated from HDK/department of ceramic art - University of Gothenburg in 2001 and have since worked in Studio Feldspar in Västra Frölunda. She exhibits her work in both Sweden and abroad, have spent time in China, Hungary and Denmark, and at the moment she is finishing a public commission for a chinese garden within an area called Götheborg in Gothenburg.

"In my work, time tends to be the factor which often feels most important. Regardless of whether relating to sculptural objects or functional goods, time is often present as a common denominator. Time: as in the visually observable in an object, as in a flow or a rhythm in decor or sometimes as the basis of inspiration."


This is some of her older work:


  • Helena på ROOM & serve says:


    2008-05-06 | 16:28:30
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  • Frida/Husmusen says:

    Underbara saker!

    2008-05-06 | 20:11:19
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  • simplygrove says:

    wow, gorgeous stuff!!!

    2008-05-06 | 21:51:00
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  • Josefine Fina Holmqvist says:

    Kul att du plockade upp det här! Hälsningar Fina.

    2008-05-13 | 09:50:41
    URL: http://www.finaholmqvist.com
  • Emma ::emmas designblogg:: says:

    Och vad kul att du hittade det här, Josefine!

    2008-05-14 | 14:17:03
    URL: http://emmas.blogg.se/
  • Josefine Fina Holmqvist says:

    Ja, blev tipsad. Har du lust att maila mig på adressen jag angivit? Jag skulle vilja prata lite om din syn på upphovsrätt vad det gäller digital reproduktion. Låter kanske allvarligare än menat, men jag är intresserad av att veta hur man tänker som bloggare.

    Hälsningar Fina

    2008-05-14 | 23:58:54
    URL: http://www.finaholmqvist.com

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