"Sonja Blomdahl’s pieces are not created, crafted, or even necessarily contemplated. They are born. This is not the way that Blomdahl puts it, but after seeing her work and the meaning it has to her, it is hard to see it any other way.
Blomdahl is careful not to ascribe too much meaning to her work. First, because the effect it achieves is personal to the viewer, and to Blomdahl herself. Second, because Blomdahl works more from feeling than from thought. “I came to [my craft] from pure enjoyment,” says Blomdahl. Once you comprehend that, you have the vocabulary for understanding Blomdahl’s work—not an art critic’s vocabulary, but a personal aesthetic"