Jill Höjeberg was born in Norwalk (Connecticut, USA) in 1949. In 1967 she enrolled in George Washington University and in 1996 she specialized in sculpture at the Art Students’ League in New York. Driven by constant research for harmony and beauty, Jill Höjeberg sculpts abstract forms which enclose the essence of femininity. Sinuous and harmonic works, marble and cast-iron sculptures which seize the audience for their flexibility, energy and strength. During the last few years, she has periodically worked in central Italy, in some of the most famous places for marble extraction. She has taken part in many solo and group exhibitions and participated in Art Fairs in Scandinavia and Italy. Her public works can be found in the Stockholm City Arts Council, Sigtuna Municipality, Dalarna Country Council and Borlänge Municipality. She lives and works in Stockholm (Sweden).