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Galleri Skippergården

Experience the Danish West coast nature through works of art. Galleri Skippergården between Hvide Sande and Nymindegab exhibits art works of beaches, harbours, dunes and other beautiful, nature surroundings.

Galleri Skippergården is located in Bjerregård between Hvide Sande and Nymindegab, where the painter couple Astrid Hygom and Leif H. Jacobsen established themselves in 1999. Jacobsen established their gallery in 1999 in the thatched dune farmhouse. Attracted by the culture, landscape and people of the North Sea, they create visual impressions of their surroundings, each in their own way, in the field of tension between the figurative and the abstract in graphics, watercolour and painting. The area is in constant change in terms of the sea, nature, harbour activities and beach life.

Opening hours: from 9 July to 1 September, every day from 02:00-06:00 pm. Closed on Saturdays.
Otherwise open by appointment on tel. +45 2464 9422. The rest of the year, see the website, www.astridhygom.dk

Read here for more information: In addition, various guest exhibitors can be experienced, including Verner Nielsen with woodturning, while Iben Holm Kongsbak exhibits photographic art in the spring of 2023.

Astrid Hygom has had separate exhibitions in public institutions and companies since 1987. Special exhibitions include:
Sydvestjysk Kunstudstilling 1989, Censored exhibition in Lemvig 1991, Vejen Kunstmuseum 1996, Tistrup Kunstforening 1997, Warrington in England 1997, Kunst i Slusen, Hvide Sande 2015, Houston, Texas 2016, Halifax, NS Canada 2017.
Leif H. Jacobsen is educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture in Copenhagen and exhibits watercolours from the local area and Nymindegab as well as croquis drawings.