Wetterling Gallery opened in 1978 and focuses mainly on painting. The gallery brings artists from different generations, providing a dynamic exhibition platform. Wetterling Gallery produces exclusive catalogues every year, presenting the artists and exhibitions and participates yearly at several international art fairs.
At Market Art Fair, Wetterling Gallery will present a new series of paintings by Ylva Ceder.
Ylva Ceder (1976, Sweden) received her MFA from Konstfack and has exhibited internationally and widely throughout Sweden. Ceder is well known for her detailed paintings of everyday environments and situations. The world of Ylva Ceder is calm, almost desolate. At the same time, you can feel the human presence, which is not always depicted in the works but represented by objects or light.
At the fair Landscapes devastated by forest fire will be on view on five large panels – the paintings transfer you to a landscape where you can almost feel the heat rising from the ground and the smell of the charred trees. The brutal force of the fire has passed and it’s calm and still. The earth is preparing to give new life. Ylva Ceder paints on birch panels. I her earlier work the wood has played an inferior role to the oil paint. The structure of the wood has just vaguely been seen through the thin layers of paint. In this new series Ceder has chosen another way to work. The qualities of the wood have been the starting point of an intuitive process. She has replaced the brush with a gas torch burner, creating landscape with fire itself.
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