Sandgrund Lars Lerin

The histo­ric dan­ce restau­rant Sand­grund has become home to the artist Lars Lerin’s paintings.

The popu­lar artist has recei­ved inqui­ri­es from many quar­ters, but took a liking to the Sand­grunds buil­ding, which is loca­ted in the midd­le of a cul­tural strip, clo­se to the cen­ter and in a beau­ti­ful natu­ral envi­ron­ment. The art gal­le­ry is next to the Värm­lands Muse­um and the Sand­grundspar­ken and here the­re is a shop with a range of post­cards, pos­ters and books that can only be found at the art gal­le­ry. The­re is also a café that is open eve­ry day when the art gal­le­ry is open and in sum­mer an out­do­or ter­ra­ce with a beau­ti­ful view of the Klarälven.

Lars Lerin was born in 1954 in Munk­fors. He stu­di­ed at Ger­les­borgs­sko­lan 1974–75 and at Valand Aca­de­my of Art in Gothen­burg 1980–84. Lars Lerin is con­si­de­red one of the Nor­dic regi­on’s fore­most water­co­lo­rists and has exhi­bi­ted in both col­lecti­ve and indi­vi­du­al exhi­bi­tions at gal­le­ri­es and museums in Swe­den, Den­mark, Fin­land, Fran­ce, the Faroe Islands, Ice­land, Nor­way, Ger­ma­ny, the USA. Is repre­sen­ted in muni­ci­pa­li­ti­es, county councils and museums in both Swe­den and Norway.

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