Gudrun Nielsen

Gudrun is an Iceland based sculptor educated in Reykjavík (The Icelandic College of Art and Crafts 1985-1989) and London (Chelsea College of Art and Design 1990-1992, University of East London 1994-1995 MA). Most of her artistic career she has been working in the UK, competed and exhibited extensively at an international level. Gudrun has won number of awards for her art and has represented the UK overseas. Her first public sculpture the site specific Wheel of progress was exhibited by the main entrance to the Design Museum London 1992. She is a Sculpture Network member since 2008.

Gudrun aligns herself with a modernist based formalism with minimalist overtones in her large scale work. Her geom. sculptures are mixed media and reflect elements of balance and movement. Drawn to clear and harmonious proportions, as well as cultures, elements of her practice echo Japanese attitudes to mass and shape

Kunstwerke (16)

Gudrun Nielsen, 2010

Changes 2010

Gudrun Nielsen, 1992

Wheel of progress 1992

Gudrun Nielsen, 2022

Layers

Gudrun Nielsen, 2008

Obi 2019

Gudrun Nielsen, 2009

Temple 2018

Gudrun Nielsen, 2018

Travels 2000-2015, 2018

Gudrun Nielsen, 2010

Labyrinth, London 2015

Gudrun Nielsen, 2014

Absent Core 2014

Gudrun Nielsen, 2012

Borrowed View 2013

Gudrun Nielsen, 2012

Borrowed View 231 2012

Gudrun Nielsen, 2010

Labyrinth, Leicester 2010

Gudrun Nielsen, 2008

Skylight and Obi V 2009

Gudrun Nielsen, 2007

Amigasamon 2007

Events (3)

Exhibition Mitgliedsveranstaltung

The Icelandic Sculptors Society 50th Anniversary Exhibition. On the agenda of the Reykjavík Arts Festival.

Reykjavík, Island

Exhibition Mitgliedsveranstaltung

Breytingar / Changes

Reykjavík, Island

Exhibition Mitgliedsveranstaltung

The Wheel ‚Äď part of the Reykjavik Arts Festival 2018

Reykjavík, Island

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