Experimenting with material and with color across her remarkably captivating collections, Norwegian artist Josefine Lyche offers viewers of her work a visual escape into an abstract, colorful realm.
From her multisensory canvases to her play with scale, Lyche creates a dynamic experience in a gallery setting. Assuming a wholly abstract approach, Lyche allows her audience to dive into these compelling surfaces and assess the role of color, texture, and dimension.
Born in Bergen, Norway, in 1973, Lyche earned degrees from the University of Bergen (1995-1998), the Strykejernet Art School of Oslo (1998-2000), and the National Academy of Fine Arts of Oslo (2000-2004). In addition her work as curator for the LYNX exhibition space, Lyche has enjoyed extensive opportunities to exhibit her work. Select recent solo showcases include: “WhiteOut” The Festiv (2011); “Absolute Alt. Vol 2” at the Spriten Kunsthall (Skien, Norway, 2015); and “The World`s Darkening Never Reaches to the Light of Being” at QB Gallery (Oslo, Norway, 2016).