Light and landscape
Ingeborg Stana lives and works in Oslo. She mainly works with painting, prints and short films.
Stana graduated from the Oslo Academy of Fine Arts (1992-1997) and has also studied art (1991-1992) and conservation (1989-1991) in Florence, Italy. She has worked with photography and film, painting and printing, preferably in large format and with nature as the main motif – and in particular sky and clouds. Her biggest source of inspiration is light, and in large format and with oil paint she creates tightly composed and luminous pieces of sky and landscape.
Since 1994, she has had a long series of exhibitions, both solo and group exhibitions. She has participated in many film festivals – both nationally and internationally. She was the festival artist for the Tromsø International Film Festival in 2006 and part of the large Kunsterliv-exhibition at the Bergen International Festival in 2019.
Her work has been aquired by, among others, the Rikshospitalet in Oslo and the Malmö Art Museum, and has had a number of decoration assignments,
She is also a professorin the Department of Art, Design and Drama at Oslo Met.
The exhibition in Agatunet is a sales exhibition, and will be in the period 13.5 – 27.8.23.
From 13.5 – 18.6 the opening hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 11am – 5pm, from 19.6 to 27.8 every day 11am – 5pm.
You can see the artist’s homepage here .