Ann-Mari Forsberg

Ann-Mari Forsberg (née Lindbom) was also introduced to the Märta Måås-Fjetterström workshop by Barbro Nilsson after studying under her at Konsfack, Stockholm (University of College of Arts, Crafts and Design). With simple yet imaginative patterns of contrasting shapes and playfully abstract designs, Forsberg, along with Nilsson and Richter, introduced a new vitality to the studio’s production. Forsberg became the teacher of art embroidery at Konstfack in 1953 and she is most well-known for her tapestries including the Apoteket Rosendoften (The Rose-scented Pharmacy) designed in 1964 and the Bikupan (The Beehive) designed in 1959.

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