64hh Tabula Rasa 3, Helena Hernmarck, wool, 37,5" × 57", 2011, $44,000
13hh Stamp Series 3, Helena Hernmarck, collage: photocopy, watercolor and rubber stamps on paper, 15.75" x 13.25" x 1.5", 1984, $2,200
62hh Tabula Rasa 2, Helena Hernmarck, wool, 53" x 44", 2010, $40,000
61hh On the Dock, Helena Hernmarck, wool, 43" x 57", 2009, $45,000
58hh Wave, Helena Hernmarck, wool, 41" x 41", 104cm x 104cm, 2008, $36,000
63hh/r Anemones, Helena Hernmarck, wool, 54" x 108", 1985, $70,000
54hh/r Juicy Fruit, Helena Hernmarck, wool, 41" x 55", 2000, $40,000
51-53hh Truck Studies, Helena Hernmarck, wool, linen and cotton, 15" x 14" x 7" each, 2000, $2,400
Selected collections and exhibition venues:
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York (Tapestries by Helena Hernmarck, solo exhibition); Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California (Tapestries of Helena Hernmarck, solo exhibition); Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois; Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minnesota; National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden; Danish Museum of Art & Design, Copenhagen (Helena Hernmarck’s Tapestries: Journey Towards Reality, solo exhibition); Renwick Gallery, National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York; The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts,Canada; Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio; Detroit Institute of Art, Michigan; Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. Museum at FIT, New York, New York (Monumental and Intimate: The Tapestries of Helena Hernmarck) Recipient: Medal, American Institute of Architects Craftsmanship; Prins Eugen Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Art, Sweden; Fellow: American Craft Council; Royal Society for encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, UK
24hh Colorfields III, Helena Hernmarck, tapestry in wool, linen and cotton, 39"(h) x 36", 1987, $10,000
"Tapestry weaving is an ancient and honored art form. My personal goal in this medium is to work at illusion of movement, or fooling the eye regarding at what viewing distance the image actually reads clearly. My approach is to use traditional techniques and material. Experience and time has improved my success in achieving these goals."
Tabula Rasa, a large-scale tapestry by Helena Hernmarck, commissioned for Purdue University in 2009, in progress at Alice Lund Textiles, Borlange, Sweden.