Göran Sveningzon (signature GSZON) is a visual artist, graphic artist and digital music composer. Born 1964 in Källeryd parish, Gnosjö, Sweden.

He had his first exhibition as a 19-year-old at his hometown art gallery where he showed an energetic mix of fantasy and cartoon graphics. The year later, he was admitted to preparatory art school in Gothenburg. After two years education, he continued to study art at the University of Gothenburg.

The academic year was followed by an art journey through Europe, where he was particularly inspired by the colors of the Byzantine cathedrals in Ravenna. Something that is also indicated by the wall decoration assignments he has performed in his current hometown Bohus-Björkö.

He started working as a graphic artist in the mid-90s, an employment he did not end until 2013 to continue working with freelance business. In the years to come, he sought new motivation in art by resuming and deepening his university studies. He received a Degree of Bachelor of Arts in early 2020.

Regardless of studies and educations, he has had an independent attitude to his painting. Several of these have had abstract themes (as 'Lyrical Fields') which in various ways have conveyed an informal and intuitive imagery.

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"Stains" 1999

'Stains' Booklet cover from 1999
Spontaneous compositions of fields and stains became a written concept that was distributed through many of his subsequent gallery exhibitions.


LYRICAL FIELDS  Mixed media on canvas, 2019.


 DREAMWALKER  Oil on canvas, 1989.



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Art vs Digital Music

His long relationship with music took an unexpected turn in 2017 when he discovered the possibilities of composing via digital audio workstations. It all eventually resulted in 'Lyrotron', a platform for his interaction with music. The concept has become a constructive counterweight to his painting and is today also established on the regular music streaming services on internet.