Jonina Gudhnadottir (b.1943) Icelandic Ceramicist

Guardian Spirits by Jonina Gudhnadottir
Ceramics by Jonina Guonadottir

Jonina Gudhnadottir (b.1943) is an Icelandic ceramicist. She is based professionally in Reykavik.

Education

She studied at Reykjavik School of Art: Myndlista -og Handidaskoli Islands (Icelandic College of Arts and crafts, Reykjavik; and Konstfackskolan and Tekniska Skolan, Stockholm

Ceramics by Jonina Guonadottir
Ceramics by Jonina Guonadottir

Biography

She works in her own studio. Her work was the subject of exhibitions at Unuhus Gallery in 1977. All her Reykavik work was shown at exhibits at the Centre of Culture, Stockholm; Ljarvalsstadhir, Reykjavik, in 1980. In 1981 at a travelling exhibition in Denmark.

Sources

Byars, M., & Riley, T. (2004). The design encyclopedia. Laurence King Publishing. https://amzn.to/3ElmSlL

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