Open every day 12 - 18 hrs
Festive opening Saturday 9 June 12 - 18 hrs
Sunday evening open until 20 hrs
GALLERI UPSALA 1810
753 32 UPPSALA
Kenneth Engblom is a painter whose art is mostly inspired by old houses, churches and towers which he has spotted during his travels in Italy, Spain, Estonia, China and other countries. He prefers to show his art in most unexpected places like in the catacombs of the Crypt Gallery in London, the old cable factory in Helsinki, the antique furnace in Deruta, the Glyptotheque in Tartu, the medieval castle tower in Paide, the Forsby-Köping limestone cableway or the open air museum of Mannaminne.
This is the first time for the artist to exhibit in the university town of Uppsala. The gallery lies in a charming house built 1810 which stands in the very heart of the town, in the pedestrian street among boutiques, coffee shops and artistic craft studios.