Ann-Charlotte Ohlsson was first at NCC in 2004 as an assistant to Nina Hole during her 2004 exhibition. Ohlsson currently lives and works in Rønne on Bornholm in Denmark. Her education includes studies at the Glass and Ceramic School in Bornholm, Denmark, and The Art School of Norrköping, Sweden. Her fantasy-inspired biological forms have been exhibited internationally most recently in Devour, Grønbechs gård, Hasle, Denmark; Serendipity, Laurel Gallery, Bakersville, NC; and From a Salt Kiln in Denmark, Zeeno Space, Seoul, South Korea. Her sculptures, intended for functional use, are repetitive in nature, yet are singular pieces, identical to none. Her process is a contemplative experience — time is not of the essence, but is wisely used in managing her artistry and life — and is best described by the Chinese proverb, “Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still.”