Exhibition in Malmö, Sweden

Today was the first exhibition for 2017 at Galleri Lohme. An exciting gallery in Malmö with niched and big ideas, in a stunning location. It was a nervous walk to the gallery of two reasons, one because my right foot ankle was double it’s normal size from a fall and second because I had not been part of the hanging process. This gallery does not allow the artist to take part, a new experience to me but it all lookRead more

Tatler Homes Singapore, October 2016

You can find the full article about the Villeroy & Boch party in the October issue of Tatler Homes Singapore. During this amazing evening I finished 6 paintings, altogether the #Quinsai art collection has 8 pieces. Each piece is made out of acyrlic, ink, handmade papers, resin, sand, marble and care. Currently they are exhibited at Departures & Arrivals a lifestyle interior store in Singapore. Departures & Arrivals Would you like to see more of my art Art website ThankRead more

Exhibition at Swedish Southeast Asia business summit, Singapore

From the 21-22nd of September, Photo and Art exhibition titled “Swedish horsepower”. The exhibition was held at Park Royal Hotel, Pickering in Singapore in conjunction with the Swedish Southeast Asia Business Summit. The red line in the exhibition is Singapore seen from the viewpoint from a Swedish visitor. In this series portrayed by the “Dalahorse”, a Singaporean comparison to the “Dalahorse” would be the Merlion. Each art piece is double sided with the photo on one side, and the artRead more

From idea to finished art piece

The Quinsai art collection started with an email from Tatler Home Singapore, and it took me on a creative journey to Germany and in the footsteps of Marco Polo. The German company Villeroy & Boch just celebrated the launch of their Quinsai collection, and these art pieces are inspired by their beautiful pieces. The picture is from the launch in their store in Capitol Plaza. more pictures from the launch However from the sketch to the finished piece the creativeRead more

Exhibition in Singapore until the 20th of September

The #Quinsai art collection will be on display at Departures and Arrivals until the 20th of September. I painted the last part of the pieces life at the anniversary of #Villeroy&Boch Singapore at an event hosted by Tatler Home Singapore The paintings will be in the beautiful store until the 20th of September, every single product in the store is handmade and with a story. Hope you will enjoy the Quinsai paintings. Each painting has 20-25 layers and is paintedRead more

Tiny monk in a global context

This is the smallest painting that I have ever done. It’s now a part of maybe the worlds most exciting art project Imago Mundi by Luciano Benetton. Imago Mundi The book that about art in Singapore is just finished. This is truly inspiring on the Imago Mundi you currently find over 15800 artworks. It’s mind blowing to create such an art collection. If you have time do watch the video about the project Interview with Luciano Benetton    Read more

Green Umbrella vintage collage

Original #collage #artwork for sale. Title Green #Umbrella, 2014, by Ingela Johansson, size 30 x 41 cm on canvas Price 490 SGD This piece was created during the Australian art road trip, the #collage pieces is from a 50’s magazine from Australia. In Leisure Farm, Malaysia.Read more

The monk who walked the streets of Singapore new talk on the 2nd of October

Welcome to #theartclubsingapore for another #arttalk by #Swedish #artist #IngelaJohansson on the 2nd of October at 7 pm. “When you move to a new country you notice things in your #everyday life that is sometimes things you don’t think about if you spend a long time in that place. One of the first things I noticed was the #monks outside the luxury brand stores and that started a number of questions. Today that is 3 years ago and I willRead more

Why do I paint monks?

I started painting #monks 2013 and the first one was the monk walking outside #Prada on #Orchard Road, #Singapore. At 7 pm tonight I will have another art talk at the exhibition The Monk and Prada. Yesterday I had a great time also listening to the perspective of the viewer. That is what my art is all about, if it evokes a feeling or questions I am happy. I like that for each time I bring up the topic ofRead more