Kajsa Zetterquist and Per Adde studied together at the University College of Arts in Stockholm.
She frequented the salons and galleries in the city in the company of her fellow students, whereas Per went north as soon as he had the opportunity to do so. A century seemed to pass while she continued her education and training at S. Barth School of Painting and the University College of Arts in Stockholm while Per paddled his way further and further away from her, towards the mountains.
In 1967, Kajsa moved in with Per at Erik Larsa Pond at Graddis on the Swedish-Norwegian borderland.. There were no roads and they were very far from the salons and any urban metropolis. But they remained at the centre of everything that happened in culture and artistic life in Northern Norway for the next 40-50 years. Today the estate comprises 7 buildings that are difficult to see before you enter the courtyard.
A section from the studio located in the mountains between Norway and Sweden.
Kajsa Zetterquist’s impressive painting emerges as you round the corner of the Stormen building on a windless Sunday morning in early autumn.
It is an honor to present Felicia Free by Kajsa Zetterquist at NorlandiART-18.. Unfortunately not for sale.