Eva Fidjeland
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Artist, poet, photographer, animal welfare activist, dancer
http://EvaFidjeland.blog.com
 

What makes Swedish artist Eva Fidjeland so unique is her ability to create pieces of art using natural, earthly tones while maintaining a commitment to photography, digital art, and traditional visual art. Eva Fidjeland has the ability to see the elements of the world as they are, including the beauty that is nature and animal life, and recreate them in the form of art that has cultural relevance to audiences across the world. Her cultural pieces would fit seamlessly in any gallery or museum in any part of the world.

(Quote from review written by Dominic Richardson, writer/editor at Art Bracket LLC)

http://artbracket.com/profiles/blogs/eva-fidjeland-versatile-artist-with-perfect-earthly-style

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Eva Fidjeland is an artist born in Stockholm 1955.

Her art reflects cultural influences from childhood years spent in Portugal,

Lebanon, Iran and Afghanistan. In 1978 she went to live in the artists´

village Ein Hod, Israel. There she learned the art of making stained glass

from the masterly Joseph Chaaltiel.      http://ein-hod.info/artists/ora

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Upon returning to Stockholm she was approached by the Vasa Museum who

appointed her to reconstruct glass parts for the Vasa Ship.The New Vasa Museum

was inaugurated in 1990.       http://www.vasamuseet.se/en/The-Ship

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Eva Fidjeland has exhibited her art work at numerous museums and galleries

in Sweden and abroad.   http://galerie-stexwig.com

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Swedish Artist Eva Fidjeland Featured by Resident Curator Kristen T Woodward, Professor of Art at Albright College

 

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Primary Forms with a Bold Function

Posted on March 24, 2014 at 14:29 0 Comments

 

Primary Forms with a Bold Function



090rep I like the slight melancholy mystery of these images. In general, the softened palette and contrast evokes a faded memory, but the primary forms have a…

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