April 4 – 14, 2009

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More North opens an exhibition with Swedish watercolorist Karin Oldfelt Hjertonsson this weekend. The artist lives and works in Stockholm and New York. She studied oil painting in Brussels at the Academie des Beaux Arts and wood cut techniques in Chile. This latter field of study resulted in the artist illustrating Pablo Neruda's book Maremoto. In the 1990s Hjertonsson worked in Havana; here she worked with lithographs, woodcuts and silk-screens with a focus on various themes from Cuban nature and wildlife. During recent years in Finland, Sweden and New York she has dedicated herself exclusively to watercolor painting. These works tend towards the abstract; taking inspiration from nature in the form of clouds, flowers and landscapes.

Select Exhibitions by Karin Oldfelt Hjertonsson:
2009 Gabarron Foundation Carriage House Center for the Arts, New York
2007 Salander- O'Reilly Gallery; New York
2006 Ålands Art Museum; Mariehamn, Sweden
2006 Eklund Wallmark Gallery; Stockholm, Sweden
2006 Linné Gallery; Uppsala, Sweden
2006 Aquatinte Gallery; Strasbourg, France
2005 Old Kaplansgården Gallery; Borgå, Sweden
2005 Watercolor Association of Finland; Riga, Latvia
2005 Tikanojas Arthouse; Vasa, Finland
2004 Heinola Art Museum; Heinola, Finland
2004 Hanaholmens Cultural Center; Helsinki, Finland
2004 Stenlund Gallery; Stockholm, Sweden
2003 Ekenäs Museum; Ekenäs, Sweden
2003 Watercolor Association of Finland; Finland
2003 Emil Cedercreuts Museum and Imatra Art Museum
2003 Galleria Pirkko-Liisa Topelius; Helsinki, Finland
2003 Tidö Castle; Västerås, Sweden
2002 Pirkko- Liisa Topelius Gallery; Helsinki, Finland
1994 Aix Gallery Group Show; Parliament of Stockholm
1994 Huddinge, Folkets hus
1994 St. Lars Gallery; Linköping, Sweden
1994 Museum of Natural History; Stockholm, Sweden