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Sarstedt

Kristin

SWEDEN

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“I've always had a close relationship with nature and I believe nature will always be a part of my artwork”

The artist Kristin Sarstedt was born in Gävle on the Swedish east coast in 1984.

In the spring of 2020, Covid-19 unexpectedly took the world by storm. One can almost say it appeared like a black swan, as shown in this piece.

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She spent a significant part of her upbringing on the family residence Sares in Hälsingland and in the surrounding wilderness.

Bat soup

Lithograph | Signed & Numbered

$200

A rumoured bowl of bat soup with global impact inspired this piece, here merged with the Swedish forest to portray how deeply the effects from Covid-19 have permeated every section of our society.

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Painting has been a great interest that has followed Kristin all her life.

Kristin’s artistry has always been an important contrast to her business mindset.

These animals and birds are often part of the theme in her paintings.

Close encounters with bears, foxes, and many types of wildlife, has inspired her artistic and creative side from an early age.

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She has a M.Sc. in business and economics from Stockholm School of Economics.

As Covid-19 kept the world on pause, social distancing became the new normal. In this piece you will find classic Swedish birds like the great spotted woodpecker and the great tit, both with their face masks close by, when suddenly a bullfinch comes flying a bit too close surprising them.

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In Kristin’s artwork, the Swedish nature is never too far away.

A piece inspired by the travel restrictions brought by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Here you’ll see a pair of great crested grebes which are migratory birds. To the right a “flying prohibited” symbol etched in stone, indicating the Covid-19 effects are of a more permanent nature.

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