Anne-Marie Djurfors lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden.
She is educated at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack) in Stockholm, graduating in 1977. Prior to this, she studied painting at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.
Her prolific production has resulted in an extensive collection of works. Anne-Marie Djurfors work has been exhibited, both as solo and co-exhibitions, at museums, institutions and at galleries alike across Sweden. She has also exhibited outside of Sweden, 2005 and 2011 in New York, U.S A as well as 2008 Budapest, Hungary, Florence Biennale 2009, Italy, Berlin, Germany, 2013, Toronto, Canada, 2013.
Anne-Marie Djurfors works can be found in government institutions, private corporations and private collections in Sweden. Her ongoing connections with Canada has afforded her opportunities for sales there. In addition, she has travelled to several destinations to work including Italy, France, Germany, Scotland and England.
Anne-Marie has been working with TV production and as a teacher in art.
The underpinning to Anne Marie Djurfors' work is constructivist thinking - a dialogue between shapes/forms changing and displacing/shifting in their connection and unity that provides the picture dynamic rhythm. She works with counterpoints, juxtaposing the architectural with the organic, providing the eternal dialogue between forms. Body becomes geometry or vice versa in constant changeable and moving environment. This is the power, tension and life force behind her work. Stig Johansson, Svenska Dagbladet, Sweden, as a description of her way of painting.
Djurfors works in oil, watercolors and collage. Some of her paintings are done on aluminum, letting sliver of silver shine through. And among the angular figures there are still some landscapes.
If you wish to obtain further information from Anne-Marie, you can send her an email email@example.com. Her studio is located in Stockholm, Sweden and can also be reached via the following phone numbers 46 8 300248 or 46 8 335634, and links, Svenska Konstnärer or Saatchi Online.