Threads of Nature

Tid: March 9 - June 2, 2019
Sted: Johannes Larsen Museum

Inge Bjørn, Anne Marie Egemose, Annette Holdensen and Randi N. Lium show their textile art.

At this exhibition, you can experience four textile artists, Inge Bjørn, Anne Marie Egemose, Annette Holdensen and Randi N. Lium, who are, in their own words, involved in “landscape art”.

With their starting point in nature, they work figuratively and abstractly with Gobelin-weaving, graphic sheets with bird motifs, thread installations and fiber art / weaving with paper.

The artists reference the traditions of their crafts and techniques, which they also use as a basis for innovation and experimentation. All of the artists grew up in a culture where handicrafts, fellowship and hospitality were common denominators, and they therefore all have the greatest respect for the passing on of knowledge from one generation to the next.

The exhibition “Threads of the Nature” also , therefore, refers to Johannes Larsen’s artwork and his home.

Art photo: Detail of Inge Bjørn’s piece: Fallow field, 2018


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