Since 1991, visual artist Sanna Karlsson-Sutisna has been working
with wooden sculpture, based upon a technique learned in Bali.
She combines metal, wood and natural elements, concentrating on
the human figure, particularly the face. The aesthetic and motifs
of her sculptural expression refer to shapes and symbols at the
dawn of mankind's ancient heritage, lending a sense of time even
eternal truths to her work. She creates small, intimate sculptures
as well as large pieces for public spaces, creating a dialogue
with nature through bringing her work to parks and natural public
spaces, where her art becomes part of peoples' everyday life.