Bergen’s Sissel Blystad is a modern-day Norwegian textile goddess whose art continues to evolve and enchant from her studio at USF Verftet.
In what used to be an old sardine factory, USF Verftet is creating a hub of culture, creativity, and exchange for artists from around the world.
Victoria Hofmo shares her thoughts and impressions of the first-ever Nikolai Astrup exhibit in the United States at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts.
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.
Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art® introduces Swedish impressionist artist Karl Nordström and one of his paintings, “Interior från Norrtullsgatan (Salen).”
Hans-Erik Eriksson captured the life and light of mid-century Stockholm in his paintings, from the magic of Midsommar to the beauty of the waterfront.
Edvard Grieg’s music helped define Norwegian national identity after Norway’s independence. Decades later, the Nazis tried to take advantage of it.
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.
As we see signs that the long winter of the coronavirus may be coming to an end, we may find solace in Grieg’s composition “Våren.”
Mary Jo Thorsheim of Norway Art® dives into the story of an ornate mangle carved by a Norwegian sailor in 1789 for his beloved.