RÖYKEN, NORWAY – June 15, 2016 – / The Norwegian artist Henriette Roka-Aardal will show sculptures and a collection of her latest paintings in a unique art exhibition called “Kunst i Hus, part II” (Art in a House) in Röyken, just half an hour outside of Oslo, Norway.
This art exhibition opens on June 16, through June 19, 2016, Thursday – Friday 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and on Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Admission is free. The Address: Show house by Block Watne Glitreveien, 27, 3440 Røyken (Norway)
This April the artist showed over fifty paintings in a brand new functionalist house by one of Norway´s largest house constructors Block Watne, whom the artist has started a collaboration with. The unique art project was very well received by the audience who also enjoyed the new way of seeing art being shown.
Henriette is looking forward to show her new paintings and several other new 3D works during the art exhibition. “The exhibition in a Show House is an exciting and interesting project never seen done before by any other artist in Norway,” says Roka-Aardal, “and it is so interesting to see how the viewers experience to see art in its true surroundings.”
During the exhibition “Kunst i Hus, part II” the artist will move her studio into the Show House to paint “live” for the audience, who also get to see her first Monk sculpture and a collection called “KLOSTER” (Monastery).
About the Artist
Henriette Roka-Aardal was born in Høvik in Bærum. With a grandfather who was a famous painter, and a generally creative family, she soon began to draw and develop her creative abilities. Her influences range from old sketches during her student days in England, different textures and structures, and a color palette of earthy tones. Roka-Aardal combines her inspiration to create a style distinctly her own, where her art, with their pleasant and soft colors and contemporary figuratie motifs fits into most homes and interior styles.
Currently, Henriette lives and works in Røyken, just outside of Oslo (Norway), and she is an artist, exhibiting her work in both national and international galleries.