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Susanna Kjellberg

Art is my passion; I strive to create an emotional image that explores eternity and the personal perspective where positive energy flows between stillness and movement, seeking to find balance between brittleness and strength. Color is like music with rhythm and harmony. Asymmetry gives dynamics. 
Simplicity is poetic.

After my initial art history studies at Stockholm University, I studied, trained and worked with painting conservation in Florence Italy, after which I continued working with painting conservation in public and private projects in Sweden and opened my own art conservatory studio in Stockholm. Hereafter, I studied Chinese painting and Calligraphy while living in Shanghai and Singapore. In the brushstrokes I alternate between the thoughtful and swift Asian movements with the controlled Western traditional craft.

My art has been exhibited in Stockholm at Galleri Arno Karlavägen, in Båstad at Artyfactgallery, in Djursholm at Galleri Elverket and in Mölle at Galleri Möllegården, and in Copenhagen, and 30+ of my art works are represented in private collections in Mölle, Malmö, Katrineholm, Vejbystrand, Djursholm, Lund, Stockholm, Copenhagen, London, Brussels and Singapore.

Experience

 

Landscape and portrait painter - Susanna Kjellberg, Sweden, China och Italy

Own painting restoration studio - Susanna Dahlborn, Stockholm, Sweden

Painting restoration - Urban Ulenius ateljéer, Sweden

Painting restoration - Leonetto Govanini, Firenze, Italy

Auktionhouse - Beijers & Auktionsverket, Sweden

Education

Chinese caligraphy - Singapore Calligraphy Centre, Singapore

Classic drawing - Lis Nogel, Glyptoteket, Denmark

Classic Chinese painting - Shanghai, China

Interior design - Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Italian fresco painting - Tite Edberg, Gotland, Sweden

Restoration of paintings diploma - Palatzzo Spinelli Firenze, Italy

Basic art education - Stockholm, Sweden

French  language - Université de Nice, France

Art history - Stockholm University, Sweden