The Eikaas Gallery

The art museum exhibits art from its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. 

Ludvig Eikaas (1920-2010) was an abstract art pioneer. He is represented at 10 Norwegian ar museums, in addition to museums, in addition to museums in Copenhagen, New York, Paris and Florence. 

The graphic artist, painter, illustrator, sculptor and art professor is perhaps best known for his distinctive
portraits and self-portraits, which often feature surprising and humerous elements.

Ludvig Eikaas´style was expermental and spontaneous, never settling in one specific technique or form:
for expression. He was the first sculptor to make use of rigid plastics. The Eikaas collection comprises over 850 works
creating using a variety of techniques. 

Café and access to nearby beaches. 

Plan your visit

Address

Ålhus
6847 Jølster
Tlf: +47 974 21 565

sfkm@misf.no

Opening hours

21.03-06.06    Wed, Sat, Sun    11.00-16.00  
07.06-12.08 Everyday 11.00-17.00
15.08-14.10 Wed, Sat, Sun 11.00-16.00

17th of May the gallery is closed.


Ticketprices

Tickets  
Adults NOK 50,-
Children 0-18 years Free
Groups 3+ NOK 35,-
With guiding  
Adults NOK 75,-
Seniors NOK 50,-
Groups 10*+ NOK 50,-

* Discount for groups only during regular opening hours.

Please visit their webpage for more information.