Motifs from nature, trees, grass and stones filled the art gallery’s upper floor from floor to ceiling by eight Swedish artists born from the West Coast in Sweden up to Norrbotten in the very north. At the same time, an exhibition was shown as a part of the exhibition, the illustrations for Harry Martinsson’s latest new collection of poems “Tuvor”. The actual title of the exhibition came to the then art gallery director Per Drougge after witnessing one of the big music festivals in the parks in Skåne and/or Stockholm. Probably sitting on the lawn, he heard the notes in the distance from one of the popular prog groups Trees, Grass and Stones. A name that he saved in his memory archive and then picked out at an appropriate time.
Sculptures, drawings, watercolors and tempera paintings were shown by:
Olle Brandqvist, Bernt Jonasson, Sture Meijer, Birger Norlin, Kjell Strandqvist, Lars Tärning, Lars Olov Wiberg and Bengt Wikström. The latter Södertälje artist and longtime member of Södertälje konstnärskrets. (Artist association in Södertälje)
On the lower floor ofSödertälje konsthall, Still Life was shown, an exhibition with events such as dance and music around the theme.
Sources: Södertälje konsthalls archive folder, the catalog, compiled by Anneli Karlsson.