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Orange glassbowl/vase, Benny Motzfeldt - Norway

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Orange glassbowl by Benny Motzfeldt, from Randsfjord Norway. H: 11 cm. Dia:: 16 cm. Signed BM65.

Benny Anette Berg Motzfeldt (born 26 June 1909 in Åsen, died November 24, 1995 in Oslo) was a Norwegian artisan (drawing, glass, paint) most famous for her contributions to glass art with new materials and techniques. She was educated at the state craft and art industry school (1931-35) and debuted at the autumn exhibition (1936) with drawings and watercolors. For a long time she was mainly an active designer, and became engaged as a designer of glass art by Christiania Glasmagasin (1955) and Hadeland Glassverk (1955-67). Later she was an artistic director at Randsfjord Glassworks (1967-70) and then for Glasshytta at PLUS in Fredrikstad, which she led in the period 1970-79. She had her glass breakthrough with the exhibition together with Synnøve Anker Aurdal at the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg (1970).
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Orange glassbowl by Benny Motzfeldt, from Randsfjord Norway. H: 11 cm. Dia:: 16 cm. Signed BM65.

Benny Anette Berg Motzfeldt (born 26 June 1909 in Åsen, died November 24, 1995 in Oslo) was a Norwegian artisan (drawing, glass, paint) most famous for her contributions to glass art with new materials and techniques. She was educated at the state craft and art industry school (1931-35) and debuted at the autumn exhibition (1936) with drawings and watercolors. For a long time she was mainly an active designer, and became engaged as a designer of glass art by Christiania Glasmagasin (1955) and Hadeland Glassverk (1955-67). Later she was an artistic director at Randsfjord Glassworks (1967-70) and then for Glasshytta at PLUS in Fredrikstad, which she led in the period 1970-79. She had her glass breakthrough with the exhibition together with Synnøve Anker Aurdal at the Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg (1970).