He is well known as a painter, graphic artist and project creator. He graduated from the Norwe-gian National Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo and the Academy of Fine Arts, Prague. He went on to study at The Art Students League in New York. The artist has been a student of the painters Walther Aas and Rolf Schønfeldt and the American painters Ronald Sherr, Peter Cox, Michael Burban and Frank Porcu. He is responsible for the Troll Castle, Leonardo Bridge and Kepler Star projects. In 2006, he created his Leonardo da Vinci ice bridge in Queen Maud Land, Antarctica. The ice bridge on the continent of the South Pole was designed to turn our focus onto global warming, and is an ongoing project. He also created ice bridges in Greenland in 2009, outside the UN building in New York in 2008 and during the COP15 environmental summit in Copenhagen in 2009. In recent years, Vebjørn has been in the news with two series of paintings from the Second World War: The Individual’s Choice and Guernica – A Turning Point.
The artist mainly works with geometric sculptures, and has been touring primary and secondary schools for many years with a presentation about the history of mathematics. He wrote the book about the Troll Castle, Leonardo Bridge and Kepler Star projects, the book ‘The moment of friendship’ which is an essay about cultural history, and the book ‘The Montebello Star’. He cre-ated the Spherical Dodecahedron sculpture for Majorstuen School, which was a gift from the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise for the school’s centenary. In 2017 he worked with his brother Vebjørn to create the Altar Decoration for the newly built Jessheim Church. The eight me-tre high star is an alternative Kepler Star, the arms of which are transparent prisms. Eimund Sand runs SandAtelier in Tjørne, which is a workshop focusing on the development of geometric forms of art.