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  • The Bond

Ieva Ansaberga

The Bond

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Oil on Wood Panel

35 x 35 x 2 in

889.0 x 889.0 x 50.8 mm

88.9 x 88.9 x 5.1 cm

0.889 x 0.889 x 0.0508 meter

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Artwork Description
Collection Statement
This contemporary figurative painting depicts a mother with her newborn. Celebrating mothers all around the world, it encapsulates the idea that they are all contemporary Modonnas. It is painted using the highest quality oil paints on sustainably sourced wood panel with welded aluminium subframe that will not react to changes in humidity or temperature creating a warp free panel with lasting longevity.
Artist Information
Bio
b. 1981, Latvia
Lives and works in London, UK

Education:

2020 - 2022
City and Guilds of London Art School, London
MA in Fine Art (Distinction)

2014 - 2017
Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, USA
Mark Kang-O’Higgins Painting Atelier

Selected Exhibitions:

2024
The Bomb Factory, London
"Art On Postcard"

2023
Guilford House Gallery, Guildford
"Guilford House Open"

OXO Tower Gallery, London
"In Search of Peace and Love Amongst the Flowers"

Stratton Street Gallery, London
"7 Artists at 7 Stratton"

Hypha Studios, London
"CORPUS"

Soho Revue, London
"Art On Postcard"

2022
City and Guilds of London Art School, London
"MA Show"

2019
Not Quite Ready Yet Gallery/Studio, Seattle
"Changes"

2017
KEXP Studios, Seattle
“Artists for Immigrants”

2016
Hillman City Collaboratory, Seattle
“In-Sight”

AXIS Gallery, Seattle
"KOH Atelier”
Artist Statement

Positioning the female body and her experience as the locus of perception and consciousness in her work, Ieva's paintings tap into the multiplicity of the female body and, particularly, it’s potential of becoming and transforming.

Ieva’s works contemplate the identity and freedom of the female body. They seek to challenge conventional notions of femininity and instead, emphasise the fluidity of female identity and sexuality. Through experimentation with colour and material, Ieva's paintings present the body as a surface of memories, feelings and sensations. As a result, they transfigure the female body into a dynamic material that slides between solid and fluid, representational and abstract, archetypal and contemporary.
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