There is a big shock of colored canvas together with large watercolors along the walls of the Rackstad Museum in this spring's artistic meeting between Charlotte Walentin and Ylva Carlgren.

It is tight but at the same time lively.

- The textiles easily bring to mind Japanese origami, says the museum's art curator Hannes Trygg.

He has long dreamed of exhibiting the two artists.

But when his dream now comes true, there is a smolt in the cup of joy before the exhibition opens on Saturday.

- There will be no opening.

That puts an end to the pandemic, he says.

See the exhibition in the video above where Hannes Trygg also tells about who he hopes will take in this spring's big exhibition.