Höfðavatn Merlandi
, 2016
olía á striga
x 60 cm
Sigtryggur Bjarni Baldvinsson was born in Akureyri, Iceland in 1966. He studied at the Akureyri School of Visual Arts, the Icelandic College of Art and Crafts and the École des Arts Decoratifs in Strasbourg, France. ​His paintings, watercolours and photographic work reflect his engagement with specific natural phenomena. Water-based leitmotifs such as running water and oceanic surfaces are woven into his work, reflecting the elements of light, air and earth and nature’s unique powers such as wind and gravity. Baldvinsson has also tried to accentuate and emphasize the construction or organization of things in the world with his paintings of flower covered slopes and the foliage of trees.​With growing urgency, the artist’s work now reflects his concern with questions that relate to modern man’s relationship with, and responsibilities for, untouched nature.
​Baldvinsson’s works have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in all the major museums in Iceland and his works are a part of the collections of for example The National Gallery of Iceland, The Art Collection of the University of Iceland, Reykjavik Art Museum, The High Court of Iceland, The National Hospital of Iceland, Kópavogur Art Museum and numerous private collections.

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x 128 cm
1.150.000 kr.
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