Cover: Hardback with dust jacket
Size: 208 x 277 mm (8.2' x 10.9')
Weight: 956 g
Publisher: Prins Eugens Waldemarsudde in cooperation with Atlantis
Publishing year: 2003
Exhibition catalogue no: 70:03
(Text in Swedish)
Ingegerd Möller is engaged in a continuous conversation with nature. But instead of faithfully depicting her motifs - often the smallest elements of nature - she conveys her feelings of what she has seen and experienced. In her art the perspective constantly changes between the small and the large, all while we get to experience the fragrance of lichens and mosses, the shapes and colours of nature. Ingegerd Möller was born in 1929 in the small village of Vålådalen in the northern Swedish province of Jämtland. Her childhood landscape has impressed her physically – she knows what it means to walk barefooted on silky smooth moss, how it feels when Arctic birch twigs scratches the legs or slippery mud runs between the toes. When she later arrived to the harsh nature of the archipelago of the Swedish west coast she felt at home at once.
This book portrays her rich artistry: watercolour suites, oil paintings, collages, and the more time consuming textile art which includes tapestries and crocheting.
Authors: Staffan Söderblom, Gunilla Lindahl
Cover: Hardback with dust jacketArticle nr: 9174867865