Gunhild Åberg (b.1939) is a Danish Ceramicist. She runs her ceramic gallery and studio in Lille Strandstræde 14 A (earlier known as Strandstræde Keramik) in Copenhagen. In her studio, she handcrafts and fires all of her ceramic artworks, which are all unique.
She studied at the Kunsthändvaerkerskolen, Copenhagen.
Åberg’s unique ceramic artworks have gained her a reputation as one of Denmark’s most renowned ceramicists. Her studio, located in the heart of Copenhagen, is a testament to her dedication to her craft.
Aberg, Jane Reumert, and Beate Andersen formed the workshop Strandstraede Keramik, Copenhagen. She executed designs for the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory and Dansk Designs.
Her use of colour and texture is masterful, with each piece exuding a sense of warmth and vitality that is impossible to ignore. Whether you are an art lover or simply appreciate fine craftsmanship, visiting Åberg’s studio is an experience not to be missed.
- Work shown at 1975 Stockholm and Hälsingborg Dansk Kunsthaandvaerk’:
- 1975-77 ‘Dansk Miljo’:
- 1976 and 1977 Det Danske Kunstindustrimuseum, Copenhagen;
- 1981 Nordenfieldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim;
- 1981 ‘Danish Ceramic Design.’ University Park, Pennsylvania.
- Gunhild Åaberg is represented in the National Museum’s collections.
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