Harmonic and sinuous works, the marble, alabaster and glass sculptures by Jill Höjeberg strike for the sense of elasticity, energy and strength. The delicate forms and the polished surfaces move the audience. Urged by a constant research of harmony and beauty, the American sculptress, who lives in Sweden, creates abstract forms which enclose the essence of femininity. Sculptures which, appearing curved and stretched towards the hedge of physicalness, embody the bond between human emotions and concrete forms.
Jill Höjeberg was born in 1949 in Norwalk (Connecticut, U.S.A). In 1967 she entered George Washington University and she specialized in Sculpture at the Art Students League in New York. During the last years, she worked periodically in Central Italy, in some of the most known places for the extraction of marble and alabaster. She took part in solo and collective exhibitions in Scandinavian countries and Italy. She lives and works in Stockholm.