Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art collaborates with Max Stevenson of Norway House to invite readers to “come home” to artwork imported from Scandinavia.
Author: Mary Jo Thorsheim
Norway Art’s Mary Jo Thorsheim celebrates Leif Eriksson Day with a conversation on film with Nordic paintings by famous Scandinavian artists.
To celebrate summer and being out on the water, Mary Jo Thorsheim explores the sport of going fishing through four paintings from Norway Art’s collection.
In loving memory of Inga Caroline Thommessen, a language teacher in Denmark and granddaughter of artist Jonas Lie and ballet dancer Inga Lie.
Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art® introduces Swedish impressionist artist Karl Nordström and one of his paintings, “Interior från Norrtullsgatan (Salen).”
After discovering that her ancestor arrived in America on May 17, 1899, Mary Jo Thorsheim researched what Syttende Mai celebrations were like in 1899.
The tranquil calm of the harbor paintings by Norwegian artist Jonas Lie brings a refreshing breath of fresh air to these difficult times.
Pauline Fjelde is best known for creating Minnesota’s first state flag with her sister, but she left a greater legacy as a talented and versatile artist.
Mary Jo Thorsheim shares the story behind a Hardanger fiddle in Norway Art’s collection, once an essential part of traditional weddings in Western Norway.
Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art® dives into the story of an ornate mangle carved by a Norwegian sailor in 1789 for his beloved.