Kålund-Jörgensen was known for his great modernistic landscapes that was inspired by French fauvism and by artists like Edvard Munch and Vilhelm Lundström. Kålund-Jørgensen was a pupil of L. Tuxen and Rostrup Bøyesen from 1910-1914. Later Kålund-Jørgen moved to Silkeborg in Denmark where he met and inspired Asgar Jorn. Kaalund-Jörgensen lived in Silkeborg from 1921 to 1942 and while he lived there he became Asgar Jorns first art teacher and mentor. Kålund-Jørgensen is mostly known for his colourful expressive landscapes but is also known to have done portraits. Kålund-Jørgensen has travelled all around Scandinavia and in Italy, France and Holland.
The Artists Fall Exhibition: 1916-1941
Artists of Jutland: 1919-21
Art Union of Silkeborg: 1974
Vrigsted Old School: 1987