Brixelgarden and Museum
At the shore of lake Hjälmaren, close to the ancient city of Arboga, Richard Brixel has his home and studio with different galleries and a 12,000 m² museum park.
Outside and inside many sculptures as well as paintings, drawings and lithographs meet the eyes and minds of the visitors.
Brixelgarden and museum offers an art and cultural experience with several dimensions; garden and seascape, nature and art.
In the park are full-scale models of some major public sculptures that Brixel has created over the years.
“Dream” for the Olympic Park next to the Bird’s Nest in Beijing, the sculptures over Formula 1 drivers “Ferrari-Schumacher”, “Magic Senna” and ” Ronnie Peterson”, Speedway World Champion “Ove Fundin”, “Balance”, ”Beauty”, “Aeolos” and “Skidbladner” a sculpture for the UNESCO World Heritage Site L’Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, Canada and many more large and small works.
Brixelgarden is a monastery-like private sculpture garden for art, work, contemplation and talks.
The studios are designed by Brixel to inspire the life of art.
Art lovers, art collectors and groups interested in art are welcome to visit Brixelgarden, after appointment by e-mail or telephone.
We will guide you through the park and the galleries for 150 SEK per person.
Please reserve about 2 – 3 hours for the tour since there is quite a lot to see and walk to the different sites on Brixelgarden.
If you would like a coffee or tea with a cake or sandwich this will be 50 SEK per person.
We can offer meals on special occasions but in the nearby town of Arboga there are good restaurants.
Guided Tours on Måla Summer 2019
There has been a lot of pressure on us to have more guided tours this summer
So we have decided to open Brixelgarden and museum for guided tours every last Sunday in June, Sunday 30, July, Sunday 28, August, Sunday 25 and September, Sunday 29 between 2 PM and 5 PM.
The guided tours will cost 150 SEK and are organized by Rickard Löf.
For further info and if you are interested please contact Rickard Löf at his telephone: +46 (0)76-200 74 80, or on his e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.