Guðbjörg Lind Jónsdóttir

Gu›björg Lind Jónsdóttir was born in Ísafjörður in 1961. She graduated from the Painters’ Department of the Icelandic Collage of Art and Crafts in 1985. Three years later, she obtained a degree in teaching from that same school. She lives and works both in Reykjavík and Thingeyri. Her art can be found in numerous collections, including that of the Reykjavík Art Museum, The Ísafjörður Art Museum, The University of Iceland’s Art Museum and in many public and private institutions

About the 'Ósar og Firðir' series: 

“My landscapes spring from the enviroment of my youth in the West Fjords, and they consist in an attempt to create a world on the boundary of imagination and nature, thus they are an extension of my own mental world. My subjects have long been concerned with water: first waterfalls, and later the sea where islands and boats float on the surface, or mountain slopes and spits stretch out into the ocean. The obsessive interest in water in my works relates to my fascination with its transience and transparency, and also has something to do with my fear of water. My works tell a tale of a journey out into the world, where the sublime may be sensed in simplicity itself."

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Gabriele Gudaityte

Gabriele is an illustrator from Lithuania, who has studied and lived in Scotland for the past five years. She likes telling stories, especially through stream of consciousness and diary techniques. She usually makes images through hand-drawing and printmaking, often creating books or physical objects as an end result. She currently works in the coffeehouse and has a series of prints on display as well as for sale. Stop by and ask her about them, or check out more of her work on her website:

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