Summer EveningGreen Self PortraitWooden HorseWooden Horse IIICompositionThree BrothersActor Leif JacobsenWith Dog and GlassesClapperHorseman and NestThe National Portraits: King and CowMirrorMeetingBoy with DogAbout Being a DuckLars Tiller ILars TillerLars Tiller on HorsebackThe JourneyTrophySelf Portrait with MallardRequiemThe EggPortrait of a HorsemanSymbiosisBoy on a ChairLieutenant GlahnEdvardaÆsopProfessor John UgelstadEdvardaEditor Arve SolstadArve Solstad IThe BranchThree Phases of TravelJourney in a Chair IWild Seedling IJourney in a ChairClapperMeeting ILate Night PartyStill LifeSelf Portrait in ChairJack RabbitHRH King Harald VH. M. King Harald VH. M. Kong Harald VH.M. Queen SonjaStill Life IStill Life I (detalj)Rut TellefsenEllen HornHenrik IbsenAir MattressBattle Scenesofa idyllRed SofaColosseum2005Peer Gynt 2007Peer GyntPeer GyntTerritory20072007201020102010201020102010HundCarlos IVLesende eselGoya, selvportrettDen som ikke kanFalk og klodeFløytespillerenKontorstol IPortrait of an equestrianAviator IThe Birds of Gaza2009200820092009200920092009Requiem for the children of Gaza 2009The Collection2009Ramzi AburedwanFamily PortraitGuardians of the SecretThe TreeMøte IGutt med hundA New MeetingJente med falk IJente med falk II2011 Parafrase2011 ParafraseCarlos IV, Paraphrase over GoyaAugust Von MackensenInfante Francisco De Paula Antonio Ludwig I of BavariaCrown Prince Rudolf of Austria-HungaryLouis XVInfanta Maria Teresa, Paraphrase  over Velazquez The children of Charles I, Paraphrase of Van DyckDon Fernando, parafrase over GoyaWenche FossNils Aas KunstverkstedNils Aas KunstverkstedNils Aas KunstverkstedNils Aas KunstverkstedPhoto: Henning Lystad/Nils Aas Kunstverksted.
Oslo and Trondheim

In 1996 Gullvåg began commuting between studios in Oslo and Trondheim. He travelled to Madrid to seek out as many works by Goya as possible. Gullvåg considers these meetings with Goya as the most intense artistic experience he had during the 1990s.
In Chair is an example of the many paintings inspired by Goya’s masterpieces.

From the mid 1990s we see an unmistakeable turn towards two areas that have for many years been neglected within Norwegian contemporary art, namely ecclesiastical art and portraits. Since 1995 Gullvåg has received commissions to create pictorial programs for churches throughout the country, and has since distinguished himself as one of Norway’s foremost creators of liturgical art. Parallel to this, he has also received acclaim for his portraits of well-known Norwegians such as Lucy Smith and Rolv Wesenlund. With his portraits of Arve Solstad (then editor of the daily newspaper Dagbladet) he made a whole exhibition entitled 12 Attempts to Portray an Editor.

Central works:

Wild Seedling I, 1998/99 (private owner)
Three Phases of Travel (collection of the artist)
Branch Bough/Department/To Be in Clover/In Clover
Stair Scene I, 1999
Mirage (collection of the artist)
Chair Travel / Journey in a Chair
He develops his second literary series over Oscar Wilde’s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray.