KWUM winter exhibition

KWUM ceramic museum presents their winter exhibition with amazing pieces by Tuula Auermaa, Erkka Auermaa, Howard Smith and Camilla Moberg
Event date
01.11.2020 - 06.04.2021
1.11.20.-6.4.21, Wed -Sun noon-5pm (6 January noon-5pm)
8 €/adults, 5 €/retired and students, under 16 for free.
KWUM, Baklurantie 12, 10470 Fiskars
+358 50 5112232

KWUM ceramic museum winter exhibition showa amazing ceramic and glass pieces by four different artists. The exhibition is open Nov 1. 2020 to April 4. 2021 Wed-Sun 12-17 (24.-29.12. closed)





We are proud to get the opportunity to hold an exhibition together at KWUM. The beautiful space makes the perfect scene where ligght and nature meets. Tuulas exhibition forms a retrospective path, pieces from different years. The ooldest pices are from the 60´s and have been burned in the wood oven on the back yard of Ateneum museum.

my own pieces are mostly from last year. When creating a large scale exhibition like this, you can experience somewhat the same feeling that a wanderer has when she finds a place to rest. it is great to sit down and look at your journey.



Howard Smith moved to Finland from The US in the 60´s. He has lived in Fiskars for over 20 years. it is a pleasure to show hie art in KWUM winter exhibition. No material has been a problem for Howard, and he has combined techniques and material in his art since the beginning. Humor and colors are often in a leading role in his work. In the winter exhibition we will see unique ceramic pieces, from different centuries.


CAMILLA MOBERG Messengers in Glass – The Invisibles

The exhibition MESSENGERS IN GLASS – THE INVISIBLES shows new glass pieces by Camilla Moberg.

man has created sculptures of natural stone in all times, and through them communicated. We can find piles of stones to mark oaths, to show the way, to leave a silent message to someone passing by. To me stone piles symbolize community and humanity, the union of man and nature. Messengers in Glass – is inspired by natural stones and stone sculptures ans piles.

The Invisibles – exhibition is a collection on light sculptures. The project will continue throughout 2021. The pieces are hand blown in Nuutajärvi. Every piece is unique.

Working group for Camilla Moberg exhibitions: 

Glass blowers Janne Rahunen and Manuel Diemer, Nuutajärvi, glass grinding Heikki Viinikainen, Nuutajärvi, stone work Loimaan Kivi, electrics: Cariitti oy

CAMILLA MOBERG lives in Fiskars and is a industrial designer with a strong  form language, master of contrast and color.  


Karin Widnäs