Browse through some art works by Indian-Norwegian artist, Mamta Baruah Herland. She creates painting, digital art and videos. Her art explores the links between technology and emotion, reality and dreams, rationality and magic and are digital composites which transcend the original work from which they were created.
Learn more about: Mamta Baruah Herland
Mamta Baruah Herland is a painter and digital artist born in Assam, north east India, now living just outside Oslo, Norway. She has studied Visual Arts at Sydney College of Arts in Australia, Graphic Design in Oslo and MA Fine Art at Winchester School of Art, England. Mamta has exhibited internationally, amongst galleries in New York, London, Madrid, Barcelona and Ferrara, Italy. She has participated in the International Biennale of Art in Florence (Firenze) in December 2005. In addition to private collectors, her works are acquired by commercial companies, The Norwegian Council of Cultural Affair, municipalities in Norway, city council in England and The organizing committee of Guanlan International Print Biennial in China.
Mamta B. Herland is member of The Association of Norwegian Visual Artists (NBK), Association of Norwegian Painters (LNM) and Visual Artists Organization in Oslo and Akershus (BOA); board member (2005 - 2008). Artists' Organization in Baerum (BKiB); chairman of the board, Asker Kunstfag Skole (FAKS); board member since 2006. Moreover she has curated and coordinated the exhibition Norge i Verden, Verden i Norge in 2006 at Galleri BOA, International Crossing based on marking of the year of diversity 2008 at gallery R5, Oslo and also carried out as a jury member of the 'Romerike Utstillingen 2006' and Levende Landskap 2008 at Baerum Kunstforening 2008.