Category Archives: Public Art

The strange creatures half human, half animal.

These half-human half-animal beings, elongated and fine shapes, smooth surfaces, horns with rounded tips, fleshy [...]

Carl Eldh, a great classic of Swedish art

Carl Eldh was one of the most popular Swedish sculptors of the early 20th century. [...]

Art is not over

“The Race is Over” by Assa Kauppi refers to competition – a theme that, like [...]

A tour of the art works around the library

All around the Västerås library are several art works of different styles and periods. Let’s [...]

An artwork in memory of Gzim

Through his work Knutte Wester tells real stories of people who have suffered injustice, deficiencies [...]

KG Bejemark’s tribute to famous people

KG Bejemark is best known for his sculptures in public places. He studied at the [...]

The ghost of the electrical cabinet

A simple dirty mark on an electric cabinet? No, it is too perfect. A masterpiece. [...]


Gorillas so close to the Human!

Torsten Molander has long been passionate about gorillas. He spent a lot of time in [...]

A refreshing mix of humour and creativity

Eyes in building windows, a unicorn on an industrial building, a knot on a traffic [...]

Kinetic artwork in danger!

Per-Olof Ultvedt is the artist who created “En Baddare i Badet”, the neon artwork that [...]

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