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Alchemy
 
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Anyway
 
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Ballet
 
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Bonds of Heart
 
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Celebration
 
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Dusk
 
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gustaria parecerme a el
 
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Offspring
 
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Strength
 
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When eye meets the eye
 
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Mamta B. Herland Biography
Mamta Baruah Herland, is a painter and digital artist from assam in India, now living in a small town nearby Oslo in Norway. Mamta has studied visual arts at Sydney College of Arts, Australia, graphic design in oslo, norway and MA fine art painting at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, England.
 
Education:
MA Fine Art Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, England, 2004 BA (Hons) Fine Art Painting Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, England, 2003Graphic Design, MI, Merkantilt Institutt, Oslo, Norway, 1999 Visual Arts, Sydney College of Art, University of New South Wales, Australia, 1997
 
Awards:
2005, The Best of Show award for the work titled 'Bonds of Heart', Call to Arts! Contests Artists Helping Artists (Aha!), California, USA

2005, awarded 3rd place in the Aesthetic and Harmony catagory for the work titled ‘Ballet’ Call to Arts! juried visual art contest, California, USA
 
Single Exhibitions:
2005 Norway, Kristiansand, Gallery 1897 - Communicating
2004 England, Winchester, Tower Arts Centre - between reality and dreams
2002 Norway, Bærum, Fokus Bank - Paintings & Photographs
2001 Norway, Geilo, Geilojordet Galleri
2000 Norway, Asker, Det Lille Galleri - A journey through mountains and colours
2000 Norway, Asker, Det Lille Galleri - Awakening Vision
 
Group Exhibitions:
2006 USA, New Mexico, Las Cruces, The Museum of Fine Art - Silicon Sands
2006 Italy, Florence, Net gallery – Release
2006 Norway, Bærum Kunstforening – Norge,ung 100-åring i form…og farge! (Norway, young 100 years in colours….and form!)
2006 Equador, C.A.U.S.E, Program Del Muchacho Trabajador del Central del Equador
2006 Argentina, M.I.A.D. Venado Tuerto 2006, international fine art show

2005 England, London, The Oxo Tower Wharf Gallery - The Art of Love 2005
2005 Italy, Ferrara, Ferrara Museum of The Estense Castle- Emotion in Motion, International Art Exhibition
2005 USA, Los Angeles/Pomona, Call to Arts! Summit V Juried Art Exhibition
2005 Italy, Firenze - Biennale Internazionale Dell'Arte Contemporanea, Florence Biennale

2004 USA, New York, Lincoln Center, Cork Gallery - painting with pixels, International digital print exhibition
2004 USA, New Jersey, Visual Arts League - International Digital Print Show
2004 England, London, Ardean Gallery Cork Street -2004 England, Guildford, Guildford Art Exhibition - Art at Work
2004 USA, New York, Agora Gallery - Pixel Perfect, International Digital Fine Art Exhibition
2004 Spain, Barcelona, Galeriazero.com- Contemporary 2004/2005

2003 Norway, Bærum, Galleri H 11 - The Easter Art Exhibition
2003 England, Guildford, Guildford Art Exhibition - Art at Work
2003 Norway, Lørenskog, Galleri Skaarer - Østlandsutstillingen (Juried regional art exhibition)
2003 Spain, Madrid, Estampa - Estampa International Print Fair.
2003 Norway, Oslo, Galleri LNM - Småbildeutstilling (SmallPaintingExhibition)
 
Artist's Statement:
Mamta’s artwork transforms original photographs, paintings and prints into digital works that combine the aesthetics of technology with a sense of spirituality and transcendental emotion. Mamta creates digital art through a process of montage, layering and multiple exposures, the final art works printed on paper and canvas. Her works dissolve the illusion of true space—she creates images in a dimension neither true to perspective, nor graphically flat; instead, the images exist in a sort of dream-place, where ephemeral figures appear as if born of air and imagination. These mystical images explore "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. Manipulated skyscapes, images from nature, abstractions and portraiture are juxtaposed in these experimental works with a lyrical and surrealistic effect.