Agneta Gynning is a Swedish sculptor who has specialised in bronze and marble but currently also works in glass and silicone rubber and most resently in terracotta; indeed she has succefully created some incredible, minimalist floor standing vases at the kilns of the Fattoria di Montecchio, san Donato, Italy. Her art succeeds in fusing both classical and modern influences. It is inspired by the subconscious and is full of movement; the lines she creates are elegant, graceful and transmit a feeling of life and soul, with a free spirit that seems to inhabit the space both within and around her artworks. Rubber is another recent material that Agneta is exploring, through which she reveals an instinctive talent to uncover evocative power of its colour and movement. Agneta’s work has been exhibited all over Scandinavia as well as in southern Europe, China and the US. Most resently in 2014 she participated in the Chianti Star Festival in Sann Donato and won an art award for the Festival. In 2013 she participated at the first London Biennale and won the London Art Award for Sculpture and during 2013-2014, she is showing her work at Art Fusion Gallery in Miami. In 2013, Agneta opened Studio Gynning in Malmö, Sweden that acts as both studio and gallery. She is also working towards solo exhibition that will be held in New York and Singapore in 2015. Agneta Gynning’s sculptures can be found in both public areas as well as in private collections.