Hanneline Røgeberg is a great Norwegian-born painter who teaches at Rutgers. I’ve admired her work for many years, cited it in my graduate thesis for Indiana University, and poured over it in writings and classroom discussions.
Alloy, oil on canvas, 48 x 49 inches.
She really is quite a treasure. I appreciate her serious commitment to painting as a form, her philosophical engagement with that form, and her deep willingness to pursue material and application over the image as such. Below are some links that can introduce her work and words to you:
Form and Story: Narrative in Recent Painting discussion at MW Capacity (guest post text by yours truly)
Hanneline Røgeberg talk at Boston University (this talk is fantastic and I encourage you to watch it a number of times – so full!)
Her personal website
Balzac I, oil on canvas, 24 x 20 inches
Check her out, and seek out more for yourself!
Above is my daughter, Miranda, warping through the Pillars of Creation in her pod.