Lithography of Marie's drawing


There are few left (signed by Marie). You can purchase them from the webshop, for 990 KR (around 105 Euros).
Marie was at the gallery today (the 20th of September), together with her husband and her son, Oscar.

Marie Fredriksson shows her art

"Me", by Marie Fredriksson.
Singer Marie Fredriksson has had art within herself throughout her entire life. But it is only in the recent years she has chosen to display her works in public. Now comes her first solo exhibition outside Stockholm, at the Little Gallery in Gothenburg. She was involved from 1984 and she’s still in the middle of a song and music career, both solo and in pair with Per Gessle of Roxette. Right now she is on top of the Swedish single charts with “Arn-film” theme. Later in the fall, she'll be making her comeback on stage with “Star Power”, a special show, addressed only to companies. Her first tour after the brain tumor she had suffered six years ago. Only one second about the disease. Doctors declared me cured two years ago and for me it is history, I'm healthy, full stop, says Marie Fredriksson determined. The art and drawings of Marie Fredriksson, to which she has always been devoted, had to come to life more during her convalescence and recovery. After the fall of 2004, she released a solo disc, "The Change" where she has her own charcoal drawings on the cover. It was fun and gave me the appetite for it. Earlier, I had drawn and painted for myself and only shown to family and friends, says Marie Fredriksson. She was invited to make an exhibition in the fall of 2005, when she had her first one, at the Gallery Glass Doctor in Stockholm. The audience was appreciative, all the drawings being sold the second day. The exhibition in Goteborg will be her third and the first individual outside the capital. We meet on a sunny afternoon, in the gallery, where she will exhibit, located a stone's throw of Götaplatsen. She browses among dozens of her art creations, as they are packaged and are leaned against a wall, while discussing the details of the exhibition gallery with arcade stones.
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