” Morning Haze”, (2017, 220 x 167 cm).

I found this scenery in Porto, Portugal, and was attracted by the bridge and the fishing boats coming back from sea in the morning haze. The rising sun meeting the morning haze created a symphony of amazing colors. Bridges are often beautiful pieces of construction surrounded by sky and water created to connect people. They’re regularly used as metaphors for important matters in our lives and in our history.
I weave in the tradition and technique developed and generously shared by Tapestry Artist Helena Hernmarck .
The tapestry “Morning Haze” can be seen at Washington Depot Arts Alliance Gallery, Connecticut, USA, August 12 to September 9, 2017.

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Rye, 2016

Gamla bron hemsida

The Stone Bridge, 220x200cm (87x79in),2015


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The Apple, 120x80cm, 2013

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Linnéa Borealis, the twinflower, 74x115 cm, 2012
Exhibition at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis 2012
May I present ”Linnea Borealis, named after Carl von Linné.
The plant was the favorite of Carl von Linné, the founder of the modern system of biological nomenclature.
In my mind “Linnea Borealis”, only two inches tall, is the princess in the Nordic forest.

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Forest with Beech Trees, 180x108cm, 2011.


Forest with Beech Trees
Exhibition at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis 2012
A forest with beech trees, the majestic tall tree trunks, in soft shadow, captures your mind. When you raise your eyes you notice the sun sneaking its way through the roof of leaves. It is a day to remember.

Lis Korsgren

Traktorspår, Tracks, 60x60cm, 2011
Exhibition at the Swedish Museum of Transportation 2011
Woven Art ’14, Brittish Tapestry Group exhibition, London, Harrogate

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Hjulbultar, Wheelnuts, 60x60 cm, 2011
Exhibition ar the Swedish Museum of Transportation 2011