Ann Löwenstein (SE)
Ann Löwenstein uses different types of media and material in her works. Ann Löwenstein (born 1953) has a Swedish background from the School of Art and Design in Gothenburg.
Löwenstein uses different types of media in her artworks, among them graphical works, paintings and animation. She is also using a technique that she calls “translucence”. That is artworks made from a combination of different materials, such as glass, wood, paper, metal pieces and sackcloth in order to create transformation and translucence. “When creating art I work with classical picture elements in metamorphoses”, Löwenstein says. Löwenstein finds inspiration in external impressions, such as ancient symbols, and subconscious thoughts. “A good shape is like a signal through the ages, it maintains its qualities from century to century”.