Uppdaterad: 2 aug 2019
SWE: I min första filmade intervju här på WOCUNITY.com – A meeting in the Word of Colours, möter jag Konstnärinnan och vännen Margareta Ternström i hennes ateljé på Östermalm i Stockholm.
Vi samtalar om konsten, livets mysterier och om kosmos ett ämne som Margareta har ägnat större delen av sitt livslånga konstnärskap. Hennes ”Highways” är väl beresta. Hon hade sin första utställning i Hong Kong, 1967. Denna följes sedan av en serie utställningar i London, Paris, Tunis, Monte Carlo och New York.
Margareta växte upp i i en konstnärsfamilj i Stockholm, hennes mor Ingrid Geijer var skulptris och skolad hos den legendariske Carl Milles. Margareta mötte honom som barn när hon tillsammans med sin mor besökte hans ateljé på Lidingö.
In my first filmed interview here at WOCUNITY.com – A meeting in the Word of Colours
I meet with my friend and artist MargaretaTernström in her art-studio, Östermalm - Stockholm.
We talk about art, the mysteries of life and the cosmos, subjects that Margareta has devoted her life-long artistry to. Her "Highways" are well-travelled. She had her first exhibition in Hong Kong, 1967. This was followed by series of exhibitions held in London, Paris, Tunis, Monte Carlo and New York.
Margareta grew up in an artistic family in Stockholm, her mother Ingrid Geijerwas a sculptress, schooled by the famous Carl Milles. Margareta met him as a child when she and her mother visited his studio at Lidingö.
Welcome to a colurful meeting!
Biography Artist Margareta Ternström
Was born in Stockholm 1933. Stockholm. During her life she has studied art in Stockholm, London and New York. She had her first exhibition in Hong Kong, 1967. This was followed by series of exhibitions held in London, Paris, Tunis, Monte Carlo and New York. Margareta has also had exhibitions at different museums and art-galleries in Sweden.
Since early 2000 Margareta's artistic medium has mainly been Computer Art.
Her later art production is often characterised by circular forms of cosmic dimension.
These open up windows to the unknown for the observer. Her fascination for subjects of infinitely large proportions as well as those which are invisible to the naked eye
are closely evident in her artwork.
I think from the beginning it was very natural that I received a driving force from my home. My mother was a sculptress and my father was very interested in nature and that certainly has had a great influence on me”.
- Margareta Ternström Interview Stockholm 2015
My warmest thank you to:
Interview, camera and lighting
Richard von Hofsten
Aerial Photography with drones
Richard von Hofsten
Film editor and visual effects