About

ANNE IRENE ANGELSHAUG

EDUCATION:
1996-1999  Bachelor of Arts, Falmouth University – England
1994-1996  Visual comunication, Fagerlia College HH/HE/SH – Ålesund
1993-1994  Art foundation, Jølster & Mo College- Jølster

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2020 – Gategalleriet – Bergen.
2019 – Galleri Ramfjord – Oslo.
2017 – Jølstramuseet – Jølster-Norge.
2016 – Blekk – Bergen-Norge.
2015 – Mobrygga Galleri – Mo-Norge.
2014 – Gjestekunstner ved Barnelitterær Formidlingsfest-Førde-Norge
2013 – Tre brør-Voss-Norge
2012 – Galleri Forrest -Bergen-Norge.
2011 – Gjestekunstner ved Utkantfestivalen-Ytre Gulen-Norge / Neptun-Bergen-Norge
2010 – Gjestekunstner ved Mørketidsfestivalen-Hammerfest-Norge.
2009 – Galleri Vox-Bergen-Norge
2007 – Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo-Norge.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2019 – Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo / AFNAKAFNA-Roma,Italia.
2018 – Modern Eden Gallery -San Francisco “Animation reímagined”  /   Vertical-Chicago “Scandinavian” /  Sunnfjord kunstnarlag- Førde “Heimyrkeskulen og kunsten”   /  Galleri Ramfjord  “Jubileumsutstilling”- Oslo / North kunstmesse -Denmark / AAF – Stockholm
2017 – Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo / Weswal Gallery “Hide and seek” – Tamworth.- Austarlia / Kraft – Bergen.
2016  Auguste Clown Gallery-Fitzroy-Australia / Gategalleriet – Bergen/Vault Studios – Bergen/ Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo-Norge
2015 – Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo-Norge / Bart Gallery- Bergen-Norge / Gategalleriet- Bergen-Norge   /  Mana Contemporary -New Jersey- USA
2014 – Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo-Norge / Bart Gallery- Bergen-Norge
2013 – Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo-Norway / Flower Pepper Gallery-California, “Painted sound”- USA
2012 – Galleri Vox-Bergen + Galleri Ramfjord-Oslo-Norway / District VII Gallery-Detroit, “Odditorium”-USA 2012 Guest artist at the Tangent Gallery-Detroit, for“Damned V”-USA / Galerie Contour- Denmark
2011 – The illustration cupboard-London -England
2010 – Galerie Contour- Denmark / Galleri Ramfjord- Oslo-Norway.                                    2006  – Galleri Oksen- Porsgrunn-Norway.

Selected Publications as illustrator:
2014 – Illustrated the book «Snøhumla Mille» (Mille the snow-bumblebee) published by Skald forlag/publisher
2009  – Illustrated the book «Isbjørnen Torbjørn»( Torbjørn the polarbear) published by Skald forlag/publisher,
this is now collected by the cultural council in Norway
2000-2007 – Freelance illustrator, customers include Gyldendal Publisher, Egmont Publisher, DinSide.no m.m.

Selected Reviews/Interviews:
2013  “As time passes it is both beautiful and bittersweet. With spring oft comes life, and winter the opposite. Anne Angleshaug’s piece combines
the former ideas into her melancholy yet whimsical piece “Where the Seasons Meet.” – Flower Pepper Gallery-California.
2013  Interview, The flying fruit bowl – http://theflyingfruitbowl.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/anne-angelshaug/
2012  Interview, ArtSeen – http://artseen1.blogspot.no/2012/07/a-conversation-with-anne-angelshaug.html
2012  “Her works are distinctive for the whimsical depictions of peculiar children and their interactions with the mystical world around them.
There is a quality of bitter-sweetness to her images. She create an immediate sense of pleasant, open space with her careful choice of subdued colors and then, through her distorted characters, allows the viewer to sense an underlying atmosphere of ghostly despair..”
Gallery Forrest-Bergen

Selected Collections:
2017  – A series of work collected by Bergen council, Barnevernstjenesten + ”Fairytale forrest” Grafitti-mureal at Naustdal bibliotek.
2014  – ”Entangled” Grafitti-mureal at PWC-Bergen / ”Kronsmindeveggen” Grafitti-mureal for Bergen council-Bergen.
2007  – Collected by Astrup Fearnley Collection / ”100 blocks” a series of paintings collected by Haukeland Universityhospital.

Memberships:
Norske Billedkunstnere – NBK / Bildende Kunstneres Forening Hordaland – BKFH / VISP-Produsentenhet for visuell kunst

Grants:
2012 – Ålment kulturarbeid-Vaksdal kommune. / 2003 Norsk Illustratørfond

, an artist from Norway, creates beautiful surreal paintings that evoke a delicate sadness when viewed. Through the juzatopositon of humans and nature in dreamlike landscapes, Angelshaug’s artwork is exploring many themes dealing with the destructive nature of humans. “ From : ArtSeen